Author: Dami Ajayi

Tuesday Poem by Oyindamola Shoola

I have tamed myself from showing that I love you too much, and in...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

At age 9, he spat out his first sip of lager on the face of...

Tuesday Poem by Tomiwa Ilori

Àbíkú – We are here for the Stillborns The many matchsticks that won’t burn,...

Tuesday Poem by Timilehin Olagunju

Up National, Progress   rusty metal on wheels, clanging down the interstate, like an...

Tuesday Poem by Dele Meiji

Tuesday Poetry

Mornings are dark In my mornings I dream of a bullet through the head...

Tuesday Poem by Precious Arinze

When Hunger Becomes Prayer “Hadduusan qudhaadh jireen, miyaa la qiri lahaa malab – Who...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

A SONNET ON LEAVING Sometimes leaving needs no much ado no jet plane, train...

FICTION: The Night They Came

I can not remember which came first: the noise, the gunshots, the stampede of...

Tuesday Poem by Oluwadeaduramilade Tawak

1 You fall in love; the sky is bluer. Life is rosier; stimulus applied....

Tuesday Poem by Oris Aigbokhaevbolo

Boma Sleeps with the Boys Boma has a lived-in quality. Some girls have it,...