Author: Dami Ajayi

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...

Tuesday Poem Special by Dami Ajayi

ON AIRPORTS II Put them in labelled boxes, anxieties that pile up at airport...

Tuesday Poem by Tunji Olalere

WEST OF MINES Sunset shuts this circuit’s door― Six bottles verdant with life’s voltage....

Tuesday Poem by Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún

At Lewis & Clark There’s a memory I have, a dark Trace of three...

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...