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Donna the Poet: I never memorize my poems.

  Let’s meet you;  Name, Nationality, Family background, Educational background etc I am the Poet, Donna. Proudly Nigerian. My parents are Prince Babatunde and Olori Cessy Ogunnaike I attended...

MY WORST BLOW JOB.

I didn’t mean to do it I'm shaking and my fist is clenching I’m biting as my lips get swollen My mind is racing & profusely I’m sweating Excitement jerks...

Ezekiel – I know Nigeria is good ground for spoken word to explode

  Ezekiel Azonwu is one of the most visible faces in the gospel spoken word scene all over the world, today. He is billed to...

Conversation between Mr. Pen and Miss Pad

Here's a conversation between Mr. Pen and Miss Pad. I can't help but eavesdrop on them. By all means enjoy this. Pen: (Ponders) What can't...

Spoken Word is Not POETRY.

Written by  William Saint George This post is rewritten from a previous one that appeared on my personal blog. There, I tackled the general issue of...

How to recite a Poem by Jough Dempsey

  Traditionally poetry has been an oratory art. It is only recently, since the advent of the printing press, that poetry has been read more...

Branding yourself as a Poet by Shina Atilola

http://youtu.be/F2svhHcKhYU Word Up Talk Series i.e. the seminar on the Business of Spoken Word Poetry in Nigeria which held on 14.09.13 at Bogobiri, Ikoyi, Lagos....

What Does it Mean to be a Poet? by Nathan Bednarek

I’ve always wanted to write something like this, be it an essay or an article. I’ve always had an idea or a vision of...

How to Plan a Spoken Word Concert.

By an eHow Contributor   These days people talk about 'spoken word' as its own genre within the realm of music or sound recordings. But a...

THE “G” UNDER HER STRINGS

Heard her calling for her G, wonder what this could be The Moon & the Sun standing still The sky mirrored over the blue sea Just like...