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Dear MAN

Dear Man a poem by TCM Green Featuring Keisha Dear Man is poem written and described as a letter to the male man. It’s a letter of correction and encouragement to the men of today. It’s aimed at helping and encouraging our men of today to become better by seeking to discoverRead More »

beyond her eyes - Poem @ Loudink

BEYOND HER EYES

By Matambo Andrea B “I had no program in the Citie; I only came to see you, Sweetie.” Felt right to toss reason off the window And make love to this doll right on my door.   Patiently peruse pages in a Poet’s diary. We just landed on the shoreRead More »

Recheal Poem @ Loudink

Recheal

By Edward Ukwimi In the end all am trying to do is to make sense  of all this, Should i dig a grave for this love i feel for you And sit on top of it, As we play pretend every time You come by. How my heart breaks everyRead More »

the happy monkey flips again Poem @ Loudink

The poor Happy Monkey Flips…. Again

By MessenJah “Awww he did another backflip!” The Happy Monkey danced to the rhythms of cheers of a crowd “Look at him go! Go monkey! Go monkey!” they cheered as he danced his monkey booty off He flipped once and the crowd was electrified He flipped again and the crowdRead More »

Africa At The Dinner Table @ Loudink

Africa At The Dinner Table

By Lwito So I closed my ends to old ends, and I was open to new revelations. Underneath the darkness of my eyelids I was able to see. I saw giants, seven giants on a house farm, Their faces unfamiliar to me, but there skin color different from another. As IRead More »

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You Give Me Joy

Milligood drops his single Track An Original Zambian song features Serai Clouds… Listen or ●  

in a few words @ Loudink

In a Few Words

By James  The word was love The feeling was till death In my eyes she was a rose But in the Garden of Eden   Like Adam he sinned when I ate from her forbidden fruit He fell in love with the demons in her The beast in the mirrorRead More »

Rejection Poem @ loudink

Rejection

By DAMAMULEKE D-HOMEZ THEO We fear rejection like kids fear injections. We fear rejection like kids fear for medicine. We fear rejection like it’s weird I guess and. We not geared to face it without six beers and cussing.   We not geared to face it Without six layers of dressing.Read More »

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Climbing On

KingTMC*  gives us his 3rd Single Climbing on is the third single from KingTMC’s upcoming mixtape called The Ghetto Nerd, this song features one of Zambia’s up and coming vocalist, a man with an Angel’s voice; Jack. The song is an inspirational type to signify that no matter how manyRead More »

Purple hibiscus @ loudink

Purple Hibiscus Book Review

Purple Hibiscus is a truly amazing novel that narrates a child’s search for approval and journey through phases of life that one goes through. It tells of a child’s strive to be accepted yet defiant at the same time. In this book she touches topics such as politics, religion and even domestic violence, the last two being connected in the presented situation. With use of the Igbo language she writes with a level of intelligence, describing Kambili’s (the main character) world both physical and emotional to perfection. It’s almost as if Adichie, for that time, possessed the mind of a fifteen-year-old Nigerian Catholic girl.

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