Author: Dami Ajayi

A Poem by Yemi Soneye: Christmas Special

Christmas on a Street A girl holds herself out of the window like a...

Tuesday Poem

After Making Love After making love we hear footsteps, familiar thuds; bodies entwined, souls...

Tuesday Poem by Ayomide Owoyemi

HOPE Wherever the heart seeks is home. Back home we had no hope, Hope,...

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...