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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...

CAN SOMEONE TELL HER?

Can someone tell her? Can someone please go tell her? Tell her I'm not a bad guy, Tell her I love God too, Tell her though I'm not...

EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE by Afolabi Olaide aka Poetstreet

  Whenever we hear about the Ebola virus disease Our fears increase Some even go down on their knees Asking God “what manner of tragedy is this?   My neighbor,...

Its that time again by Osagie Alex (October 1st)

Its that time again by Osagie Alex Its that time of the year again, Another of those public holiday's, As we look back to where we have...

12 MILLION NONSENSE by GRRRACIANO

  Bending ending elding death-pending charismatic rodents Presenting and representing as "representaTHIEVES" of certain constituents In a certain conference Is absolutely not what Nigerians want my friends What Nigerians...

What is left of what is right? by Olulu

What is left of what is right? Fear not that I might harm you if you give a right answer to this muddy puzzle puzzling...

The Art of Spoken Word

by Jules Nyquist Loft Literary Center What is the difference between a poet and a spoken word artist? Between a reading and a performance? With written word,...

Dearest Sweet by Yommy Bishop

I am writing you this note with a deep sense of emotion, not in anger or pain but with a heart weak and frail. Throwing back to...

4 Reasons You Should Perform Your Poetry by Ami Mattison

I shared my poetry with an audience for the first time at an old-fashioned “poetry reading.” It was 1991, and there were four of us. We...

Letter to my unborn child by Saint Rhymes

This poem has no title, It’s a little piece of my musing contained in a letter to my unborn child.   Child, dream. Dream Big. Talk Big. Act Big, but don’t...

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