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Will You Accept ?

Will You Accept ?

Wes Lee The Poet What if I told you I want youWill you be willing to acceptWhat if I told you I like youWill you be willing to be my Amour?What if I told you I just wantWant to be next to you?Will you accept my proposal Sheila The Poetess The flowers at spring I […]

The Kora Sings

The Kora Sings

The kora in your soul sings. I hear it. The old forest nesting wild memories made young by every advent of rain, hears it. The old priest painting the face of God on the stained glass of his beliefs, hears it. The long dream resting on the thighs of a spiritless night, hears it. An […]

Majestic Spoken Word Poetry

Majestic Spoken Word Poetry

Majestic Spoken Word Poetry Official Video

I Am Because You Are by Omale, Joshua Ojonugwa

We are enveloped in a regenerative biosphere of circles whose completion sorely depends on the existence and activities of each other. Nature’s part deposits in each of our lives further strengthens the binding cord and reiterates the need of each other for survival, sustenance and growth. The South African activist and Archbishop of the Anglican […]

PAWA’S BOOK OF THE WEEK (Week 6, Second Edition)

PAWA’S BOOK OF THE WEEK (Week 6, Second Edition)

Raw, urgent, yet disarmingly beautiful, THE GIRL WHO SMILED BEADS by Clemantine Wamariya, a writer from Rwanda, captures the true costs and aftershocks of war: what is forever lost, what can be repaired, the fragility and importance of memory, the faith that one can learn, again, to love oneself, even with deep scars.  The book […]

“For toys, I will buy my daughter a doll and a gun” and other poems by Ehi Ogwiji

“For toys, I will buy my daughter a doll and a gun” and other poems by Ehi Ogwiji

For toys I will buy my daughter a gun! my sister hugged her husband today/and her breast began to leak milk/she did not know that the man/grew thorns on his chest/while she was away//her daughter/mumbles mummy/as her iris replayed the footage of a crime scene/bright-red bruises perch on her little laps/her father’s shivering hands/trying to […]

UNESCO World Poetry Day Seminar

UNESCO World Poetry Day Seminar

In the spirit of commemorating the “2022 UNESCO World Poetry Day”,, “World Inkers” is inviting you to a scheduled Meeting. Topic: UNESCO World Poetry Day Seminar DATE: Today, Sunday March 20, 2022TIME: 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada), 3pm GMT, 4pm Nigeria, 5pm NAT and SAT, 6pm EAT. Meeting Link (Please use “Google Chrome” browser): […]

The Scholarship Girl

The Scholarship Girl

Here’s introducing Abigail George’s new novel,  ‘The Scholarship Girl”. It’s available on Amazon. Click on this link to get it

We Want Peace – John Wesley Atetwe

We Want Peace – John Wesley Atetwe

The Pulsating Pen Living in an unknown jungle, Where mission from home Is just a mirage The struggle for power Assassinations and injustices It is so complicated Wes Lee The Poet Each and everyday people get killed Each and everyday there’s war Not only in Africa but in the world There’s struggle for power Indeed […]

South Africa -Unfinished

South Africa -Unfinished

By Abigail George, Corruption doesn’t discriminate. No one is immune to it. Everyone is fair game whether you’re connected to a high ranking politician or a powerful family or working in local government. Miners working under deplorable conditions is nothing new. Alan Paton wrote about that in, ‘Cry the Beloved Country’ and this engrossing book […]

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