Tag: african poetry

Tuesday Poem by Chibuihe Obi

after two swigs of absinthe, i yield myself to the philosophy of grief and...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

AUDITIONS (For Peter) We were catching sun, what was left of it, beside the...

Tuesday Poem by Oris

There was another Another 22 Unclothed in his bed This one, lithe, buxom, Buxom...

Tuesday Poem by Soonest Nathaniel

Bad sex is sex nonetheless, and if you let your thought wonder off into...

Tuesday Poem by Dare Dan

i’m not missing you you come writhing your body in my sight. sexy. you...

Tuesday Poem by Fatima Ademola-Asuni

I lie in bed, naked. I run my hands over my damp breasts &...

Tuesday Poem by Iquo DianaAbasi

the smell of earth before heavy downpour, the heat rising to give way to...

Tuesday Poem by Victor Eyo

On Rejecting Conformity Beyond gaol where men are but shadows taking turns to glimpse...

Guest Poem by Timi Akegbejo

Note: Those who are familiar with my work will know that I am obsessed...

Guest Poems by Moyo Orimoloye

Love is a plot device and your insecticide is not  And when you design...