Literary Zone

POETRY------Where Are All The Flowers Gone?

Today is the birthday of one of our Norway correspondents, Mr. Mohamed Boye Jallo Jamboria (photo). We would like to take this opportunity to wish Mr. (...)

| April 2006 | 531 views

Poetry---Le Retour

Le Retour (The Return) By Mohamed Boye Jallo Jamboria Are you surprised that I am on pilgrimage? Or did I begin the act of pilgrimage? That you (...)

| January 2006 | 557 views

Short Story—The Aphrodisiac

By Karamoh Kabba. Safiatu was in her prime when she arrived from Sierra Leone. Her beauty charmed both young and old men in the community at first (...)

| January 2006 | 722 views

Short Story-----Red Apple

By Karamoh Kabba. Red Apple is not just another grocery store - it’s a way of life for Africans in the Washington Metropolitan area. It’s situated at (...)

| January 2006 | 661 views

Poetry----Cry Sierra Leone

Cry Sierra Leone By Mohamed Boye Jallo Jamboria On High We Exhaulted thee ;Land meant for the free! Free no more are your Children and (...)

| January 2006 | 735 views

Poetry-----"Enough is Enough"

“Enough is Enough” By Roland Bankole Marke Handicapped by an engraved segregation A germ of servitude antibiotics never cure Cancerous monster (...)

| December 2005 | 483 views

Short Story---Wara’s War On Terror

By Karamoh Kabba. Wara’s War on Terror “My left leg is cold, I mean real cold and numb.” Wara complained. She massaged and exercised it, and applied (...)

| December 2005 | 627 views

Poetry------ Of Hope and Dinosaurs

By Syl Cheyney-Coker Always, we searched in the stone river, while the slaughterhouse was waiting for us, long before we turned the saccharin of (...)

| November 2005 | 414 views

Poetry---Letter to a Tormented Playwright

By Syl Cheney-Coker. (for Yulisa Amadu Maddy) Amadu I live alone inside four walls of books some I have read others will grow cobwebs or maybe (...)

| November 2005 | 705 views

Short Story--- A Secret with Endimbaekena

By Karamoh Kabba. When it rains, it pours: And it has been pouring on and off since April. Past halfway into the rainy season in mid August, it rains (...)

| October 2005 | 572 views