The drizzle blinded his windscreen, the frantic movement of the cars wipers doing little to help him see the uneven undulation of dirt road in front. Directing the wheel with one hand, he used the other to scroll through his phone for her number, the cars Bluetooth picked up the call. Outside, the rain fell … Continue reading An Ephemeral Twilight: The Light
She parks her car in the middle of the road, it’s empty, it’s dawn, her dress flutters in the wind: I do, have something to say, I do not want to be, silent anymore I have watched, through clenched teeth and forced smiles As you come in and out, but I’m tired My life is … Continue reading Alvin Akuamoah’s Bridge Side Medley
I write; Of warriors who once upon a time came upon a witch They had been travelling for days after a loosing war; had seen brothers slashed to pieces by the enemies sword, impaled on sticks for vultures to devour, cowards! They had been chased out, like dogs from the battlefront. And so they walked … Continue reading Of Warriors Who Once Upon a Time, Came Upon a Witch.
I am the spawn of Ntikuma, the weaver of words, who was; The seed of Ananse, the master of trickery, the husband of Okonore, an ever patient wife, who poured soup down his throat and smiled whence she could, I am historys right now, by the firesides turned by the tv screens I scream...antiquities expensive … Continue reading Ananse’s Right Now.
It is evening, I feel the cold breeze, take a seat in fine sand, throw pebbles into the darkness, the waves thunder at my thoughts. I cannot sleep, I cannot dream maybe the Salvatores are better off maybe emotions should be like switches click, click Id only turn them on when its brightest paradox, I … Continue reading I think Thoughts in Disaray
Hey, Anobokiti here.. but you already know that. Based on the success of my last "poetry post" I decided to share something I wrote yesterday with you guys. Do you ever feel imprisoned? Like the path you are supposed to take has been literally drawn out for you and going against it would just be … Continue reading Freedoms songs beyond my wall.