Tag: Tuesday Poem

Tuesday Poem by Sheikha A.

An-Nur Al-Ain: Nakheelun Jameel When Medina was being blessed like a land that awaits...

Tuesday Poem by Remi Olutimayin

A Poem for Anne I knew of you first through your first daughter. She...

Tuesday Poem by Adamu Usman Garko

A Kind of Dying When I said I miss you I meant the glistening...

Tuesday Poem by Som Adedayor

voyage —for Tèmi tonight, the moon longs for shadows, let us offer ours; let...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Àjàyí

The living have stepped out of the threshold, stepped into the shoes of those...

Tuesday Poem by Yemi Obabire

Have you eaten?  360 minutes ago,  we talked.  1 hour spent, debriefing every slithery...

Tuesday Poem by Carl Terver

all the birds that gathered round the solar system of your eyes all the...

Tuesday Poem by David Ishaya Osu

    LANGUAGES     ordinary bottles no one said anything i will paint my box...

Tuesday Poem by Jekwu Ozoemene

The Used Tire Necklace I happened upon the savaged body Ravaged with stones, sticks,...

Tuesday Poem by Ruth Zakari

Hurricane on the sky Afro-thick clouds rally Past the pink, orange canvas Over wispy...