• Literature
  • If Then

    The If Then Felix Brambaifa If circumstance were permanent Then suicide would become choice If God to prayers remain silent Then on his grace I rest my curse If fates were written on stone Then the purpose of life is scorn If what we reap is what we have sown Then why do children fall […]

  • Arts
  • Justina

    The JUSTINA By Felix Brambaifa Through the cosmic dawn of time Your entry was in the heavens etched To partake in a reality once only mine As if to say " miracles are not far fetched" The records of my earthly existence I had thought an almost perfect event Until your light shone like burning […]

  • Literature
  • Oyindeinyifa

    The Oyindeinyifa by Sotonye Dan Striding along the Trofani shoreline She approaches with the radiance of sunshine Cor! I’ve never seen a village girl so fine For like oceanic current, she sends ripples down my spine Her beauty re-echoes Aquinas’ proof of design A detail of which words cannot define And everytime suitors come saying […]

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  • Sweetest Lover

    The                   Sweetest Lover By Vykie Sundae Tastes like fresh cucumber; Sweet, mild and tender, Lavishing kisses on my shoulders, That whisk my emotions younder. Gradually he descends lower, No longer am I the owner, All my being I surrender, Body, spirit and soul together. Elysian feelings […]

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  • Never Again

    The Never Again By Felix Brambaifa Taste the deep salt of my tears Realize that my heart is tethered in despairs Taste the solitude that binds me Then you shall realize I seek to be free Many the concerns that waft through But none to measure the contents of my grief This reality is to […]

  • Literature
  • Apart

    The By Felix Brambaifa There is no condition to restrain Like flood the deluge of my pain The cherished embers flames no more Like torches cast upon a watery floor So still the mien surrounding us Like the fate of an ancient curse History it becomes of past memories Erased and vanquished by recent miseries […]

  • Literature
  • Government

    The By Felix brambaifa Void of virtues they greedily match forth The promulgation of doctrines the intent A guide for a society of mans great worth But the inherent light is already far spent Everything is by the content of mind There is no disparity from its origin For as the morality of a man […]

  • Literature
  • Divine

    The By Felix Brambaifa The cries of heaven so unknown But yet lingers through the night All that she seek is her own Their freedom from illusory fright But the veil so long maintained Provokes their conditioned bigotry The fanaticism religiously sustained Without the prodding of rational enquiry She begs for her children’s choice To […]

  • Literature
  • How Could I?

    The By Felix Brambaifa 1 Many years chronicler of our tryst When our communion held sway The particulars of that great warmth Whose fires kindled without delay It was on that ordained dawn Our paths inter-fused became one As if by Cupids very injunction Our heart into a synthesis was born The timidity of youth […]

  • Literature
  • Spirit

    The Spirit Felix O Brambaifa What path must undoubtedly lead there Such as the mystics once knew Embraced by the ambitions of man But known only by the diligent few Some proclaim its content be The scriptural confusions of priests Whose ranting can unveil nothing But their hunger during religious feasts Man no longer behold […]

  • Literature
  • Love Embrace

    The By Felix Brambaifa I will wrap you in warm embrace And evoke emotions in pleasurable ways To make each moment a tale of its own To prove that love can sometimes be written on stone Together our chapters shall break bounds Transgressing beyond limits and confines To speak for itself where love is no […]

  • Literature
  • Miserable

    The Felix Brambaifa The cry of the miserable Is like the whispers in a waste land Its strength determine, but feeble And so hope is impossible to find There, exists only the feel of desolation Of the kind, akin only to despair The will to survive clouded in confusion For the agony of loneliness brings […]

  • Literature
  • Unchained

    The By Felix Brambaifa My heart is set on purpose Your remorse before it is frail Ours is now like a withered rose Onto death its destiny must sail Take with you the memories Whether sweet or bitter, its yours For me, they inflict great miseries Reminder, your love became a curse Not a moment […]

  • Literature
  • Silent Miracle

    The By Silent Miracle Felix Brambaifa Your acceptance meant more Than life ever gave More than the darkness of before But like the light I do now crave You became life’s greatest anticipation Like dry lands after Noah’s flood And to my hopes, you became manifestations As if you had become my own god Little […]

  • Literature
  • Twilight

    The   TWILIGHT by Sotonye Dan Suicidal thoughts in Harmattan's dusk Muezzin's crescendo in arrogance to the gods Self-funereal chants – Timbuctoo's native songs "Rah didn't shine on me so I shall inhale death's musk" Crickets' chirps cease as the night goes numb Moon light extinguishes – did the fog turn black? Ancestors whisper in […]