Your hand is heavy, Night, upon my brow.I bear no heart mercuric like the clouds,to dare.Exacerbation from your subtle plough.Woman as a clam, on the sea’s cresent.I saw your jealous … Continue reading Night by Wole Soyinka
The price seemed reasonable,location Indifferent. The landlady swore she livedOff premises. Nothing remained But self-confession. ‘Madam’ I warned, ‘I hate a wasted journey – I am African.’ Silence. Silenced transmission … Continue reading Telephone Conversation by Wole Soyinka
Foreplay of desires under the bright moon-lit night Pleasures heavenly, leading to a nascent sight; Seeds planted, emerging victorious amongst the crowd Flawless sensory skills endowed. Fragile twig of a … Continue reading A Staircase by Kuma Raj Subedi
Ye distant spires, ye antique tow’rs, That crown the wat’ry glade, Where grateful Science still adores Her Henry’s holy Shade; And ye, that from the stately brow Of Windsor’s heights th’ expanse below Of grove, of … Continue reading Ode on a Distance Prospect of Eton College by Thomas Gray
Nobody wants to remember How men were once enslaved. Freed people re-tangled and crushed. Nobody wants to remember Soul broken; will stripped. If democracy is freedom Then the demons of … Continue reading Renewed Slavery
There is a woman near Obaeware,her hairs are gone and gray. Her tale was told of past deeds undone. Finally the flesh is ail and turn.
Beautiful beautifulThe dances of birds in voiceless music
Beautiful sunshine! Our heart may loosen for a bit. Unclogged glass of your soul, freed.
Socialist, thou hast used as a vehicle for your self aggrandizement, selling the lands, displacing souls.
Hungry though we must sail. Some shores ahead we desire.
Spell me a word without letters And I’ll think of silence Or an unsolved riddle.