Author: Dami Ajayi

Tuesday Poem by Efe Ogufere

DANCING i this woman’s body is not a home, beautiful broken things do not...

Tuesday Poem by Peter Akinlabi

A Failure of Speech A surfeit of light throws Dark images onto the walls–...

Tuesday Poem by Adetoun Samiat

Worship (for Olamide’s lover) Your body is my religion: god is your neck, god...

Tuesday Poem by Saddiq Dzukogi

A Poem with a Line from Carl Phillips My body folds into a small...

Tuesday Poem by Adebiyi Olusolape

Why I Write I See See the toddler sitting Upright in an opening on...

Tuesday Poem by Roland Nduka Akpe

What a Lichen Like lichen I likened what you meant to me to commensal...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

SHOESTRINGS Of all things to filch, you chose shoestrings perhaps because you don’t get...

Tuesday Poem by Dzekashu MacViban

Second Coming There is a coup d‘état New persons impose themselves to-night And take...

Tuesday Poem by MissMeddle

Where to put your hands when kissing a man Bones. trace the bones of...

Tuesday Poem by Tares Banigoe Oburumu

I was drowning in what seemed to be a memory, not mine, something too...