Poetry & Poems

  • Lyrical Whisper

    Laila! I’ve never fallen in love deeper than yours I feel I am the brightest of the sun’s rays, For…

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  • DICKSON MUKABU

    POETRY CORNER: WIDOW

    A soul in a world with no windowHer life is a riddleWhile she try to copy up with the lossOpen…

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  • Beauty Sight

    At the roots of these heavensUpon this globe of prolific wanderer wondersUpon this promontoryMan’s cemetery,This beauty sight holds eyes in…

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  • Poetry Corner

    Today we bring you Dickson Mukabu, a passionate young artist under Lord’s Temple Music company. Dickson is a writer, lyricist…

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  • Incomparable: Gerald Chimuka

    Today on our poetry feature, we bring you Mr Chimuka Gerald, an assertive, innovative and self-directed youth. Currently, he is…

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  • I Hope

    I Hope

    I hope tears become prayersheartaches become lessonsAnd healing become new beginnings;I hope! I hope you find three people under one…

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  • Chipo & Chile

    I Belong to Africa

    This land, this place, this teeming womb Of human civilizations, Africa where I belong. I belong to Africa Africa was…

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  • cold case

    Cold Case

    On our poetry feature today, we bring you Ng’andu Owen Chileleko. He is known to many as Doc Noc, a…

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  • MISS DARKNESS

    Miss Darkness

    Close your eyes  Do you see her?  Do you see her inexplicable beauty?  Lips whose words you’ve always trusted  Arms…

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  • Tag your significant other!

    Tag your significant other!

    You’re not an artist yet you draw my attention You’re not the sun yet your smile is as warm You’re…

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  • A Better World: Watipaso Chipeta

    Have you ever stopped and realized that it takes only one letter which is “L” to to turn word “Word”…

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  • Grey love

    Excerpt From Grey Love

    Watipaso Chipeta is a young, passionate and spirited emerging writer from Zambia. MuAfrica found her brief book “Grey Love” worth…

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  • Will you mean what you declare?

    In her innocence you penetrate and spoil her,Your sweet phonemes that reaches her eardrumConfuse her, only to provoke a smileAnd…

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  • Someone's about to be a mom

    She is Pregnant

    The following piece was written by Mosses Mulambya, Zambia’s self motivated and driven upcoming writer.She is pregnant and screenedIn her…

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  • shhh

    SILENCED IN SPEECH BUT NOT IN ACTION

    You ask me why am so moody. Why i have a temper So hot like pepper. Why i turn down…

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  • The Proposal

    The Proposal

    Many charmed my eyes But you touched my heart. I cannot promise you the world It’s a home for all…

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  • i hope

    I HOPE

      I hope you find someone who loves you by choice not chance; Someone who never makes you question your…

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  • jones

    Speak with Thoughtfulness

      Too often we speak without any thought, feeling or regard for how those words sound, feel, and influence others…

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  • two faces of a coin

    Two Faces of a Coin

        Each disappointment is born of expectation Each mistake hungers for correction. Each scar has its story. Every tear…

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  • Africa

    Africa

    A silhouette of pulchritude finestFairest of your kind. You’re an apparition from swart clay kneaded; From head to toe, you’re…

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  • BLACK ROSE

    I have walked roads so wide I have seen beauty held in pride To be frank, You’re beauty’s bank Your…

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  • goddess

    muAfrica POEMS: goddess

    Her Biggest weakness was food She needed something to chew for every mood She loved dancing in the shadow of…

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  • duties

    muAfrica POEMS: Duties

    If you’re alive, accept the ups and downs of life As an infant accepts its new name Live knowing life…

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  • Poetry _ Roshni

    muAFRICA POEMS: Roshni

    She had a mind, polished with the ash of gold It only got brighter as the memories grew old She…

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