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Helene Johnson’s poem, “Bottled” its connection with the Nigerian movie (Nollywood) and Ugandan music

The concept of “Bottled” explored through poetry, music, and Nigerian movie. Is power and control the meat of this concept or there’s much more? Other than taking a simple and deductive approach, what might be hidden beneath? Is it enough to go with some of the joys of artistic expression–the… Read more

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Meet Beverley Nambozo the poet

It’s a pleasure to have a conversation with one of my favorite poets, Beverley Nambozo. I like what she does with eroticism in her poems. She certainly takes it to an art form. It’s rare to come across good erotic poetry…. Read more

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Hooded vulture (necrosyrtes monachus).

The vultures

I don’t usually try to explain my poetry but here I’ll say this poem has nothing to do with vultures but has a lot to do with vultures…. Read more

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Borders

 From my first collection of poetry, Men Love Chocolates But They Don’t Say…. Read more

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After the Tsunami

From my second collection of poems, The Price of Memory: After the Tsunami After the Tsunami… Read more

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