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Nursery Rhymes by Ann Christine Tabaka


Nursery Rhymes   A childhood full of nursery rhymes, as violent as her past.   Restless sleep with monsters under her bed.   Nightmares fill her days, as memories creep back in.   Now morbid, unreal images wake her in the night.   Her heart races wildly, as sweat pours from her brow.   Forgive, she has done, forget as…

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The Journey of Man by Ola W Halim


  in the morning, man is a cocoyam shoot, life is served in dews and golden horizons; mists would wear hues which would get darker, drier, as midday draws in, suckles sunflowers to wilt, renders the field rust, a tawny tabletop rattling under soles   several bouts of reality sprout at midday, when harmattan winds wind nature into a hovering…

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The Broken| Samuel Sebbowa Bunnya


    The voices were nothing more than whispers to her. She could not understand a thing they said. She could hear them but they seemed so far away from her, that she wondered if she was finally free from the prison of her horrors for a fleeting moment. All the memories had broken through and had consumed her. There…

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