• MusingsPhoto of I Am Africa

    I Am Africa

    I am Africa, Africa was born in me, So how am I not African? The songs of my forefathers, Praying from the shores of Atlantic to unknown lands. When their…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Freedom


    I sat down From dawn to dusk My eyelashes had refused to come together. Are they in chaos? My mouth refuses to move, but my mind keeps saying things of…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Pan Africanism

    Pan Africanism

    We roamed with shackles in places we can’t boldly call our home with cackles. For pieces worth less than thirty pieces of silver, we were scattered abroad like grains, picked…

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  • MusingsPhoto of The Dark Continent

    The Dark Continent

    Splashes of gold and precious stones Scattered beneath her fertile feet. Embedded by Nature with gifts in plethora. Have you heard her sing? Mellifluous melodies that resonates in the soul.…

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  • MusingsPhoto of Africa Birthed Me

    Africa Birthed Me

    I walked around the streets Beholding the sights of black colored children With air filled with the tasty smell of akara The promising dust that flirted with me The heavy…

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  • PoetryPhoto of They Asked, We Gave

    They Asked, We Gave

    They came, I was hopeful When they showed our fathers The digital size of their manhood. They asked for our names, We told them But was renamed by them Who…

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  • MusingsPhoto of Afrique


    I saw them on bended kneels; Crescent kids In salutation of great Afrique The proud ma of three scores less four melanin races Like their lives leaned like ladder on…

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  • MusingsPhoto of Afrobot


    After he escaped the fangs of the colonists he thought he is the prince of the futurists. Self acclaimed glorious path to enthrone his name on the globe. But he…

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  • MusingsPhoto of From the Black Days of Oduduwa

    From the Black Days of Oduduwa

    From the black days of Oduduwa, to the striking days of Ogun, down to the thunderous times of Sango, we had a story for the gods: Even though we couldn’t…

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  • MusingsPhoto of Welcome to Africa

    Welcome to Africa

    Welcome to Africa, my beloved homeland. The nucleus that gave rise to souls whose cerebral tensility are invaluable to the world. And the strength of her children immeasurably a diamond.…

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  • PoetryPhoto of I Look For You

    I Look For You

    You got lost when I went sleeping I dozed off in weariness When I’ve trekked a thousand miles And ran at intervals When you hide and I seek I look…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Tale of Beings

    Tale of Beings

    Let me tell you a tale A tale among tales A history of vast cultures It started differently But with similarities A tale of African religion Starts with tales of…

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  • Micro PoetryPhoto of African Religion

    African Religion

    African religion is the Nigerian religion. Its progression to civilization, thwarted the beauty of its traditions It was the food of my forefathers. The idols were reliefs that quenched their…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Afro-Beauty


    Africa She gave birth to me and every other of her inhabitant Nurtured me with her undefined nature ‘The heart of the universe’ could describe her ably Mother of all…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Behold Africa

    Behold Africa

    Behold Africa Mother of civilization Home of the black race Blessed by nature. Land of great riverbanks Lions growling by Birds singing joyously Trees dancing gracefully. Land of plenty Your…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Africa Birthed Us

    Africa Birthed Us

    Africa birthed us With dark melanin And dark keratin To set us apart, make us stand out, Unique in our own way Africa birthed us With full breast and hips…

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