My Woven Poetry

April 17, 2022

To Countrymen: An Afro Wields The Heart Than Hoes

Written by Saheed Sunday There are ways to liquefy ladies with sequel of determinants, held to their mouths like cliches into harmonicas you start, like biceps […]
April 17, 2022

MELANIN: A POEM THAT PAINTS BEAUTY

Written by Favour Raymond tap the decline button // when ‘not being enough’ // rings on the cell of your body // for your body is […]
April 17, 2022

AUTHENTICA, MY BABY

Written by Testimony Odey Big, black & bold, I’m on top of the world. I break stereotypes like a glass smashed on a brazen wall. The […]
April 17, 2022

SHE

Written by Alshaad Kara She springs from within like an ocean of pride. She shines for herself. A queen of queens. Walking the streets in her […]
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