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Fight!/ By Young Deuces/ spoken word poetry/ Video

Frustrated that my skin makes me a liable suspect. Frustrated that we yell but we still cannot be heared……..Young Deuces

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Excuses?/ By Edward Andrews/ Spoken word/ Video

“But there was a place he could find much rest just by peeping through his window to think” You need a muse to put the wheels of your Sunday morning on the road? Then watch this. It is powerful and inspiring. Share the Word!!! About the Author Edward Amonu Andrews Edward Amonu Andrews Born on 3rd March 1995 and raised in Ghana. He comes from a family of six and […]

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krystalpen spoken word poetry winner!!

First, we would like to start by saying, congratulations to all our contestants. We believe you are all winners. This is a win for spoken word poetry. It is a win for the powerful voices yet to be heard. The last three weeks have been particularly exciting, seeing spoken words with varying degrees and diverse forms of quality, more so, because they are by young and zealous poets. We were […]

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This damsel of sorek/ poetry/ By Funge-owei Michael Nemine

This damsel of sorek When she passes all that remains are lapses of men once planted in the hills of mambilla contending with ageless pillars. Because she rows doom with this bulky cumulus of weaponry forged from blood and clay; the shape of a full moon. This weaponry, it is even weak and fluffy like blue band flogged with sweet, white granules. Yet, us they conjure and clueless we become […]

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Poetry/Poem/ By Wilson, Lucky Rukevwe

Poetry Watching from the sideline Sipping a cup of poetry Handed down by mother nature Looking out the window Envisaging the silver linings Spread across giant sky In patches and sprinkles Beckoning on my blindness Warming up my cold heart As she smiled in all pearls Queen mother seductress! Queen mother seductress!! Free me not, from thy embrace For thy warmth penetrates Through my lost faith Packing up shady debris […]

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