GREEN LIBYAN by Victor Igiri

Illegal migrants from Africa, attempting to reach Europe, walk towards a detention center off the coastal town of Guarabouli, 60 kilometres (36 miles) east of the capital, on July 8, 2017. Thirty-five migrants, including seven children, were feared drowned after their inflatable craft sank off the Libyan coast, the coastguard said. Eighty-five migrants, including 18 women, were rescued with the help of fishermen who alerted the coastguard. / AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD TURKIA (Photo credit should read MAHMUD TURKIA/AFP/Getty Images)

How can the flower blossom when the Garden ebbs in cancer? Who will notice our tears in dark rains to restore? …and whose hands will saviour who dines unsublime? Today is libyans, a tale we tell of Escapees; but to wither a leper in this Ancestry or war- through a sojourner, which has survived your… Continue reading GREEN LIBYAN by Victor Igiri

I AM YOUR SIGN, YOUR WONDERS, AND YOUR MIRACLE by Joshua Levites

My eyes are your signs, Your Good news; Years, You were hidden to emotions, A gentile of love. You lived unworthy Of the promises of affection. Until you found grace By the gospel of love My eyes preached.My smiles are your wonders, Your miracle; You have been wounded deep, Bruised bad. Your heart clothed in… Continue reading I AM YOUR SIGN, YOUR WONDERS, AND YOUR MIRACLE by Joshua Levites

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