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See the new coin I found – poem

The New Coin I found by Obinna Chilekezi Meeting you, Soxna Has awakened me to doorsteps Of new dreams, of living afresh. It made me know The real taste of human love Flowing from human veins, Ancient as the phantom on this horizontal stone. You and me, me...

Xenophobia – a poem by Obinna Chilekezi

Xenophobia Can I call this an infection? Or that you are a copy-cat Since the ugly drums of xenophobia The river Gambia flows not to my smile Two of us had met And danced to the lonely lovers’ dance, sweetly without the sounds You and I,...

New songs of a stranger at the smiling coast

A big drop of tear by Obinna Chilekezi You left on my pillow That your big drop of tear An indelible mark Of your smile turned sour I tried last night to erase it And it turned red and blood As it stared colourlessly at me Drawing...

Banjul this afternoon and other poems

Banjul this afternoon by Obinna Chilekezi I can’t comprehend the weather as the sun goes laughing in this cold around the town. The skies are songless, but the roads are black-white with people-mix While blades of grass seem all flattened down. This cold imprisoning me to my jacket is killing,...

A matter of choice

It's a choice - poem on Nigeria election by obinna chilekezi See the rainbow the colours all aglow splash down our earth like riverfall... there is light beyond the tunnel! the cloned man resurrecting a dead hope, wasted years reborn as we walk to a next level...

This is December, and other poems

This is December by Obinna Chilekezi Laughter runs through the season ahead as marigold flowers smile their way with yellow teeth along bush paths In this smiling season A drunk dressed festive staggers homeward Strutting and smiling Like the marigolds A moony dog barks and barks at the drunk Who in bleeding...

Rainbow and other poem

Rainbow by Obinna Chilekezi Stars shift in their sockets and the birds no singsong still distressing the stone terrace with winds fanning downward and upward. After that heated noon the rains bathe the sky and the sky smiles widely appreciating the rainbow that was born. Good morning, birds by Obinna Chilekezi Kuku...

Food comes first, and other poems

Food comes first by Obinna Chilekezi  Under the twinkle of his wifely burst Till truth became for him the sun of anger And of present hunger. Hunger befriends the land The land befriends hunger Our President, What months and power wasted. Change was what he promised. And change the...

Hyena for a neighbour (poem)

Hyena for a neighbour by Obinna Chilekezi ~ I ask only for this: To look deep into my eyes And see the fascinating feline Awaiting a prey. These eyes have seen weights Of burdens, endless source tears But everyone needs a beginning, A fresh start, with some fun. We all...

Last night I dreamt (poem)

Last night I dreamt by Obinna Chilekezi ~ Last night I dreamt I saw a ghost Me in your bedside And I the tear on the mask You the idle handkerchief In the hand of the bystander It hurt somehow To embark on a journey You know that you couldn’t...

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