Month: April 2016

Poems by Glen Armstrong

The Shower   Surely something must be removed to let the April rain rejuvenate that shiver no sliver of perfume   stands up to the season secreting letting its secrets be known in one fell swoop set the hula hoop on...

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Poems by Glen Wilson

Open the Window Lover   Let the street below catch the scent of us, watch the canopies of market stalls lift up, heat rises but it must be stoked.   You sip from the cup freshly brewed, ground Arabica beans flick the...

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Poems by Margaret Saine

FREE  FOR  THE  TELLING   My life is a sheaf of wheat with bundles of yellow golden ears all in a row and between them poppies for red and pretty cornflower blue but also some weeds   My life is a stream of fishes with...

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Poems by Ogunniyi Abayomi

Dream of a Journey   Last night, i travelled round the wall of rio de janeiro. with  my eyes closed beneath the.           cloak of white apparel, Wandering across my mind on the soft chambers of my bed.   The  art...

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POEMS BY OYIN OLUDIPE

AFTER THE POEM   I am the swallow, after the poem has swallowed Morsels of time to sprout seasons; I am the season Of a million swallows, like a night in heaven After the poem has dawned   Faint resolutions stalk the...

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