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Depression @ Loudink

Depression

by Lishey Hatuma An eagle soaring without wings A tree without roots A river that flows without water A mulberry tree that bares not fruit in summer when all berries are bore. A Figtree with no figured figs to figurate its existence in the non-existent dimension of missions Only accomplishedRead 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 »

Be Remembered

MessenJah of ConQuest drops his first single Be Remembered (What will you be Remembered for?) Listen   or ●   ●Download The Commentary *Read the Be Remembered Poem by KingTMC*   Be Remembered Lyrics Ziyase: Don’t turn the page I want to see this Please don’t turn the page IRead More »

this is my pain @ Loudink

This Is My Pain

By Chabby Charles I’m so used to the night; I always frown when I see the sunlight So used to being hurt, I always runaway when I find love   My last girl had me with her words but She lost me with her actions Once again I thought it wasRead More »

ngozis song @ Loudink

Ngozi’s Song

by Mashewa Nthele Ngozi my flower, You make my world shine brighter. My precious Jewel, Have I told you that you’re the many wishes I threw in the old wishing well? If your hands were a house, Then my heart would always been home. I love the way you makeRead More »

MY MIND, MY ENEMY @ Loudink

My Mind, My Enemy

By Chabby Charles My mind is greatest enemy It so often confuses me Makes me question if I love what I say I love It tells me to frown after a moment of a few laughs   My mind, my enemy It feeds me negative energy And sometimes it tells meRead More »

Be Remembered @ Loudink

BE REMEMBERED

By KingTMC I wanna be immortal! Not in the literal sense, but I want my flames to be as perpetual as the candle light on JFK’s burial site. I have heard some say that I am down to earth; I suppose that explains why they mistook me for a doormat butRead More »

Broken @Loudink

Broken

By Musakanya Chisanga.   Am lost in my own mind. I search day and night where my heart hides. I’ve become cold, hostile   Converse with the demons that walk beside. I embrace their presence as day becomes night and night my reason for lost sight. Am called by myRead More »

the ODDS @ Loudink

The Odds

By Chisenga Malama   Time is running, Like Mr. Bolt And contemplating, Is now or never Because putrid is all over,   Stand like a Pyrex Simply stand straight With no pyretics Against the rot   For the note is slowly dying and pillars are slowly placating And Now  Read More »

HOW GOD MOLDED A POET'S SOUL @ Loudink

HOW GOD MOLDED A POET’S SOUL

By  Suzawaka Phiri AKA Umupatili The great molder sat in his abode by the great river whose source was his great white throne. Clothed in glory and splendor, he got up and took the clay that was besides the great river and began to mold a soul, a different soul fromRead More »

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