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African Handwriting poem @ loudink

AFRICAN HANDWRITING

*A Poem about Africa writing its own history* by Nyirongo Gift Emery Patrice Lumumba The true number plate of African freedom fighters The truth really matters You were a visionary man Fighting against all odds from the light skinned man They setup an assemblage So they could throw you inRead More »

Voice of Vespers Official Post ArtWork @ loudink

LETTER TO VESPERS

Wezi – Heartsound Shares her LETTER TO VESPERS Vespers Shimuzhila was a fourth year student, with three months to her graduation, who died in her room due to suffocation after Police officers allegedly threw teargas canisters in it. I WROTE A LETTER TO HEAVEN, I AM HOPING YOU WILL GET IT…. DEARRead More »

Tiyende Pamodzi - Official Post Cover @ loudink

Tiyende Pamodzi 

Jeff -Icon gives us an Independence Day Poem – Tiyende Pamodzi Tiyende Pamodzi (Let’s walk Together) is an original African Poem poem that features the father of the nation Dr Kenneth Kaunda also dedicated to him and mother Zambia. Listen or ●  

Dear Daughter @ loufink

Dear Daughter

by Maxwell Nkandu   Dear daughter Let me tell you When you first entered into this world And laid in my arms My one and only thought was to love you And keep you safe from harm   And as they cut that cord from the submerged world That forRead More »

MY HONEST POEM,MY TEENAGE LIFE, MORAL @Loudink

My Honest Poem, My Teenage Life, Moral

by R. Kay At thirteen I mocked a friend after class, The next thing I saw was a fist land between my eyes like a swinging Bob Suspended to a pendulum with force as a car engine… Then I realized humanity will not always have familiar feelings in the faceRead More »

Mother of my beloved @ Loudink

Mother of My Beloved

by Maxwell Nkandu The mother of my beloved, you are a tender soul and a bundle of joy You birthed a beauty that stole my heart at first glance. There’s no other way you’d be but strong Despite the injustice, despite being wronged   You weather life like a fortress inRead More »

What happened to the school shoes @ Loudink

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE SCHOOL SHOES?

 By Mwiya Kawanambulu What happened to the school shoes? The school shoes that belong to the sad 8 year old who sits lonely on the desk in the front? I heard his father was a poor peasant farmer who couldn’t afford to him shoes without starving his siblings. What happened toRead More »

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