poetry

COSMAS CHIVANDIRE
Any Gun Can Shoot

In full uniform he looks young, painfully so
as if just arrived from some LeRoi Jones play –
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MEGAN WATKINS
Four Poems

I woke before the bell
in one of the work tents.
Sometimes, after a dream, I still
hear my watch
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UNYIERIE ANGELA IDEM
Five Poems
Thick grey smoke bellows from
The back of rickety tin box buses.
Overburdened yellow mounds rumble
Through Lagos streets discharging
Their human cargo in daily madness.
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YOLANDA LINDSAY MABUTO
Two Poems

My breath dances around its own grave.
Surreal intensity.
Burnt by touches, thoughts and memories.
Burnt by love.
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