Category: Tuesday Poetry

Tuesday Poem by Olajide Salawu

HOTSPOT I am meeting my lover for the first time. And in the scene,...

Tuesday Poem by Rasak-Oyadiran Opeyemi

HANDS We need to talk about the tenderness of hands, just hands. Of how...

Tuesday Poem by Remi Olutimayin

Facing words: Difficult to hear Heavy with meaning Lost interest I don’t have time...

Tuesday Poem by Babatunde-Olotu Oluwatosin

A BALLAD FOR THE AUGUST LOVER I 1:19am Vancouver spills out of the speakers...

Tuesday Poem by Tobi Alàáká

the morning already always is heavy with grey and eye on a prowl i...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

Tuesday Poetry

At the end of this reel called life we must fight difficult departures sudden,...

TUESDAY POEM BY EFE OGUFERE

Tuesday Poetry

THE IMAGINARIUM OF CHRISTOPHER OKIGBO August 8th, 2148. a decade after the purge …static...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

How to Grieve in Time (For Emmanuel Iduma) There is no such thing as...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

POT BELLY (After FreshlyGround) Since you have made my paunch A port of entry...

Tuesday Poem by Toni Kan

Who do you think you are? – The Mayor sings for himself by Toni...