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  • PoetryPhoto of Deceit

    Deceit

    Our leaders have taken us scales, Indeed great heights, Was it not yesterday, That by their combined efforts, Our beautiful country Ranked top three Of the most corrupt countries in…

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  • MusingsPhoto of I Dream

    I Dream

    In the night, deep into slumber I dream Of a woman, I dream Of a free woman, I dream In my dream I see him lifting the belt and hitting…

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  • MusingsPhoto of The Black Woman

    The Black Woman

    Oh! The black woman, Tiodoro Fair skin and torchy eyes Wild behavior along Chubby cheeks and undying voice More beautiful l than serpent An Israelite in Egypt Tiodoro, irresistible woman…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Papa

    Papa

    Deep down, Deep down, papa I always knew I had a special place My name inscribed in your heart In your bright heart, papa In your dark heart, papa In…

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  • PoetryPhoto of Disconcerted

    Disconcerted

    I feel insane, There’s an upturned world Inside this head This head of mine Swirling round and round And I can’t see straight I feel depressed I feel hollow and…

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  • MusingsPhoto of Hail to the Queens

    Hail to the Queens

    Salute to all those women Who stood up and ruled among men. Heads held high despite the scorn And belief that a female could not atone Hail to you, oh…

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  • MusingsPhoto of Mental Health

    Mental Health

    Grab that pen, it’s your sword, Pace up and down that little yard Simultaneously make your limb muscles weep. Hold that paper, explore you brain deeply Release the bitter memories…

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  • MusingsPhoto of One Day

    One Day

    One day I’ll be a modern woman. Perhaps married to a respectable man Anticipating that our marriage be a good one. One day he’ll come home drunk, As duly envisaged…

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