#WorldPoetryDay2018

The Affair – by Lydia Durunguma

He loves me, he loves me not.   These  insecurities you have made love to And borne renegade offspring These your head has tried to construe The idea your heart keeps abrogating That your man could love the other woman…
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It’s Just My Age – by Di Castle

Now I’m sixty, perhaps I’ll be Arthritic in my hip and knee. Maybe it’s time for headscarf and rollers. Have crowns and plates instead of molars? Shall I sit in rocking chair? Knit woolly socks for Oldies Fair? Stay at…
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Age – by Oluwaseyi Samuel

  Can a man die in his youth? And the world would be at peace, What if his goal was to grow a beard, His chin filled with the harvest, Isn’t that a fulfilling life, Your screams do not wake…
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Déjà vu – by Aruchi Thompson

  I don’t know if I consciously hid it or it disappeared Cause my heart was doing its thing and nobody interfered I felt it was too complex for anyone to identify on the remote Although one time somebody was…
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