Poetry, Caribbean & Latin American
The Belt by Kofi Kasha Makka Abakan
Elegy for I Wayward Juvenile Delinquents unceremoniously T-a-k-e-n H-o-m-e by Reactionary Race-I-st Malison-ed Mercenary Murderous Beasts I Barbarian Solemnly In Solidarity In Remembrance For Theirs Bloods Shed, wear, splattered with red, this ...
by Kasha Makka
I Will Nevah Blackslide! I Will Nevah Tek It Back Vibes in Standard English and Yardie-patwa/patois- stylie - Isa relationship wid! Time! Things! Places! People's Attitude, behavior, emotional stable'bility, mental heal'th, spiritual growth - I'd ...
by Kofi Abakan
The Hope: To rekindle nostalgic memories of yesteryears To you at the beginning of your romantic sexcapade, be cautious You, in a relationship for more than eighteen months, take warning, your time is nigh I hear you old timers. Been there, done ...
Moving Gracefully to a Fresh Beat by Maria Hamilton
Love can be delightful, befuddling, disenchanting, its mists and fog clouding your sight. It can turn you inside out, leave you asking yourself “what if?” Through the lens of love and the joy of creating, Maria Hamilton explores the world around her ...