Month: February 2017

Poems by Okuwoga Eyimofe

FROM THE ILLUSORY   Yesterday, I slept on Mama’s breasts And I was prisoner to delusive thoughts Illusory reality was a prisoner too, Prisoner of my mind, of my eyes   Yesterday, the night mirage turned My mind into phantom...

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Poem by Fariq Yusoff

Recurring   A yellow hue crept under my eyelids, Formatting my sight, tuning my ears, A repetition of blinks, before I stretch and sit, Another arid day wishing to just disappear,   The blandness of the Day, An agonizing...

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