Poets’ Poet

Pan-Africanism, the root of his poetic journey;Sorting through life’s abundant milieu;To collect reasoning behind damning calamities;And present in a folkloric, balladic pieces;John was his name till he was fully conscious;Politically, radically and socially he conjures;Through the minds and bodies of the sojourned;To continue in the spirit of the big gems;The Singing Net; The Oath ofContinue reading “Poets’ Poet”

Osagyefo

Series of warfare and imperialistic scare Never stopped him from shooting up to the cockpitNeither did the turbulence and mistWithdraw him from penetratingThe white-looking black raped virginOf immense riches and sweetnessLabored and not favoured to towThe repentant hoe as a wholeTo the fore of freedomFreedom to institute the defunct kingdom of black originAboriginal rights blurredContinue reading “Osagyefo”