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August, 2018

  • 22 August

    Arise Africa Arise!

    By: Robert Dambo Sons and daughters of Africa Arise! We were brutally assaulted on the slave ship on the guard of alien ownership. Arise for your misleaders sold you out for wine. Arise Youth of Africa Arise! We were forcefully captured and sold on a price Arise! Arise! How can …

March, 2018

  • 8 March

    The unrecognized spine- My civil servants, the backbone of my back

    Arousing morning begins with a poor civil servant Each alcove and crevice, lies the civil servants Commissioned to oil the motor of the state With and without versatility, the errand must be accomplished With and without pay, the month must start and end In the dew and icy, due dates …

February, 2018

  • 10 February

    Ebony’s Death: Millicent Addo Koranteng of Nkwanta Community Day SHS writes

    Oh!!!Sis ebony The inevitable man of this nature The wicked nature of death You cuddle me anyhow You come haphazardly Take my soul leaving my immovable body. Hmmm You are such a wicked person Why do you take people I have at (heart). My heart is kicking, ahhhh!!! Oh! death …

  • 9 February

    Ebony Reigns Forever – By Yayra Goka

    In my eyes, I saw an educator; Not just an entertainer. In my mind, I knew an advocate; Not just an entertainer. She offered voice to the oppressed woman. And I will tell my daughter, someday, That Ebony was an adviser too. She used Maame Hwe to advise and teach …

November, 2017

  • 16 November

    Slowly Learning

    I’m Slowly Learning That I Don’t Have To React To Everything That Bothers Me I’m slowly learning that I don’t have to hurt those who hurt me. I’m slowly learning that maybe the ultimate sign of maturity is walking away instead of getting even I’m slowly learning that the energy …

May, 2017

  • 3 May

    The Undetectable (Invisible) Hands That Propped Us Up

    Oblivious profound passage of nothing, the Undetectable Hands propped us up When everything appears to turn out badly, the Undetectable Hands keep us forward When we feel that we’re suffocating, the Undetectable Hands keep us shorewards At the point when uneasiness eclipsed development, the Imperceptible Hands propped us up At …

April, 2017

  • 26 April


    Ascending from the north of the Mediterranean sea sits Africa The home of the blacks stretches deeply into the Atlantic Ocean Advancing toward the east, breed the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean Change and openings dwell ideal in the ocean Virgin timberlands and fruitful land enriched Africa The full …

  • 11 April


    After four female checks, came a sparkling young man The beginning of Sunday, Sep 09 saw the principal touch of a brilliant kid Shouting, rolling and crying the black man With grins and appreciation mother adores for the kid Daddy and others join mother and express gratitude toward “The Prime …

June, 2012

  • 29 June

    I’ll Change My Name – Poem by Korsi Senyo

    I give you thanks all my people Congratulations, For helping change my name Which initials would not be known to our ancestors. I’ll change my mother tongue and modify my Alma-matter I’ll change my voice so you would no longer recognize my songs I’ll cut all the favorable crops in …

  • 29 June

    The Pregnant Season – Poem by Korsi Senyo

    The season is pregnant And carry in her wombs beautiful Bouncing babies yet to be born Men form humanity club to discuses her delivery day Why, why so soon this season While I’m still in my dark ages And have no place for my babies As if I don’t know …