BOY by Omotayo Awoyemi

Poor boy, Drowned in himself; In a lake of something familiar, he Drowned in hormones. A few strings to his thing, and Nightlong spell of Venus, He’s fit to swim, but he, Egret! All-white soul, didn’t know That his regret was with Margret In her downside pouch, So they held hands, locked jaws, and He… Continue reading BOY by Omotayo Awoyemi

RUMBLE FOR A DANCE by Maxwell Onyemaechi Opia-Enwemuche

Rumble for a Dance The beauty of the mind cannot be separated No matter how we are eventually celebrated Hearts will beat together from a distance And emotions may feel each other at a stance The journey of love has many routes Not taking us away from our original roots The heart does belong to… Continue reading RUMBLE FOR A DANCE by Maxwell Onyemaechi Opia-Enwemuche

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS by Opeyemi Oso (& OTHER POEMS)

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS by Opeyemi Oso Today I made a friend Each man for himself to fend Of course, when I bend on her farm She must also tend to my ham. I sure know beautiful things, Ashur’s no Beau’s fool thing. I’d bend a knee I’d bet she’ll kneel. Tomorrow we’ll show no pity… Continue reading FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS by Opeyemi Oso (& OTHER POEMS)

NO MORE

Caked sperm flaked off Cynthia’s stomach when she woke up that Saturday morning. She was alone in the bedroom. The bastard was gone. As usual. She heaved a sigh as she lazily crawled to the edge of the bed, absentmindedly grabbing her ripped bra and panties. Her day was starting exactly as the days before.… Continue reading NO MORE

I SMELL YOU ON MY FINGERS by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

yesterday i smelt you on my fingers as i tried to straighten my mustache triggering memories of where they’ve been the damp crevices traveled, in pairs and the sounds they strummed on your writhing guitar it’s been long since your exeunt but i still feel your presence here your saltiness remains on my tongue and… Continue reading I SMELL YOU ON MY FINGERS by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson