BLACKOUT by Imelda Ugwuanyi

Tic-tak-tic-tak the time went slow just as it was noisy. My eyes were open yet my eyes are blind closing my eyes darkness I open the same. Just a perfect time to be blind you know there is but you can prove nothing until your hands can touch. I’m on...

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HELLO, GOODBYE by Kosy Madu

Hello, Goodbye. He’s on air now, Wrong use, I know but my choice still He’s airing to that place Where everything like the transfiguration will change. I didn’t want to know A call said no And here I am Keeping watch. I shouldn’t dwell therein My mind disagrees And as...

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SILENT DAYS by Tochi Onuoha

These days are void of the peals of laughter ringing out from the vocal orifices of playing children the sun embracing their naked,sweaty anatomies and the calling voices of their mothers tearing through the veil of the noon. . These days are void of the chants of the midday hawker...

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WRITTEN IN THE SCARS

I have read your letters Piece by piece Pain soils your embers Slit by slit By halves, dead to others Hunting bliss Stain boils more clutters Bit by bit Yesterday marred your tomorrow In such a way sweet is sorrow In today A heart break at bay Weird foreplay Has...

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY

When will I be satisfied, needs and wants In this wolf of a world I find not love where I seek it For how long will I keep at it Oh! The world is dead to my hearing! Slowly, I gather all I need, insatiable. Am not a person of...

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