Tag: Tuesday Poem

Tuesday Poem by Tonney Ibe

RELEASE Maybe our scars are different, But we have both bled: The inmost dwelling...

Tuesday Poem by Akin Akinwumi

Five Haikus 1. I put down the year Like a mad dog. Once welcomed,...

Tuesday Poem by Adebiyi Olusolape

Why I Write I See See the toddler sitting Upright in an opening on...

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...

Tuesday Poem by Oluwadeaduramilade Tawak

1 You fall in love; the sky is bluer. Life is rosier; stimulus applied....

Tuesday Poem by Oris Aigbokhaevbolo

Boma Sleeps with the Boys Boma has a lived-in quality. Some girls have it,...

Tuesday Poem by Remi Olutimayin

Drowning in a Sea of Angry Children   This is short, true, and heavy...

On Losing Sight by Benson Eluma

Something is not-so-wrong this morning. Been playing some oldies, then got to this video....