Poem: The Black Man Only Fears His Mama

You try to chain them with laws And make decrees and propaganda' That things are suppose to be done in a certain way Disrespecting them at will You tighten your fists to weaken their breathe And fool around with them Using names you wouldn't even describe your trash Hoping your fear will grow on them... Continue Reading →

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POEM: Sovereign

It is of a truth That the lord God, he himself is mighty Even mightier than the world we see For he rules in the affairs of men and gods Setting up and bringing down Using his seers as ever before, If only we listen. For he gives rulers to nations To purnish and to... Continue Reading →

Poem: Ode To The Writer

Your displaced area stinks of mystery, Your mysterious psyche You are a fellow as any man But one blessed with an angel You are a fellow as any man But one tormented with reflections You are the voice of tomorrow Starting with yesterday's emotions You are the oxymoron of your acquittance, The observer of your... Continue Reading →

Poem: Change For Naija – By Anastasia Ruth and Arinzechukwu Patrick

Anastasia: Brother abeg send me something. Dis tin no easy Abi, Dem say make we vote change, We no know sey e go be like this Abi make una help me see na Tins hard the more And dem say na change My brother you dey  far You no go understand The man sey change But suffering... Continue Reading →

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