THE GODS| Poetry by Femi-oladeji Makanjuola [Maximilian Kastro (M.K)]

THE GODS Were you not there, when my daughter was passed around like a rumour, one camp to another, searching for her lost mother. Were you not there, when my daughter was torn from under by so-called brothers of the area, who anointed her stomach with their body oil. Were you not there, when she … Continue reading THE GODS| Poetry by Femi-oladeji Makanjuola [Maximilian Kastro (M.K)]

God speaks in forms and shadows| poetry by D. E Benson

God speaks in forms and shadows I did not fall from the sky or sprout from the depth of a sea --Servio Gbadamosi (Testament) God speaks in forms and I am a shadow in the likeness of thunder   A shadow is the other nature of God and when the sun rides the day men … Continue reading God speaks in forms and shadows| poetry by D. E Benson

ghost writer| poetry by Akuchie Ifeanyi Michael.

ghost writer peculiar feeling stirs up redundant fingers; blank mind becomes a pool of priceless tales waiting to be drawn and fed to the world. sometimes, i am empty carrying myself with the grace of a barrel of echoes. other times, i am a river pouring out the mouth of a pen; black or blue, … Continue reading ghost writer| poetry by Akuchie Ifeanyi Michael.