February 2021

February 14, 2021


Written by Sọlá Dọjà Like the iroko tree swallowing storms, outliving seasons listening to forefathers; cooing stories to sons who turned grandfathers, our love will stand. […]
February 14, 2021

I won’t stop loving you

Written by Adedayo Ademokoya tonight, let my body become the sheath you bury your sword–a rest from battle. every contour of my skin thirsts for your […]
February 14, 2021


Written by Everest Udochukwu When we met, you were a dove cooing under a downpour. Your body was an unstitched surgery, your heart was honeycombed by […]
February 14, 2021

A Million Bubbles

Written by Jide Badmus I. Nothing holds the sky, still, we do not doubt its integrity— we do not worry it might one day fall. II. […]
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