Literary Zone

Poetry: Cantico del Sole

Cantico del Sole By Ezra Pound(1885-1972) The thought of what America would be like If the Classics had a wide circulation Troubles (...)

| February 2008 | 577 views

Ancestral Heartbeat

Indignity gobbles a resentful cup of agbo mixture As oppression’s mental chains scar-tissue rupture. Redemption from scorpion whips, at summer-heat (...)

| February 2008 | 564 views

Short Story: 7:20 in the Morning

7:20 in the Morning (Sequel to Mud House-Thatch Roof) By Bakar Mansaray(alias Samory), Toronto. Bai Maro’s first thoughts about going to primary (...)

| February 2008 | 6518 views

Short Story: Mud House-Thatch Roof

Mud House - Thatch Roof By Bakar Mansaray, Toronto. Episode 1 The story of the boy, Bai Maro, began during a period of mild tropical weather when (...)

| January 2008 | 1240 views

Short story: Harvest of Hate

Harvest of Hate By Roland Bankole Marke My name is Mary Bangura, although I was born and baptized Mary Talabi James, at Saint John’s Maroon (...)

| January 2008 | 769 views

Poetry: Death Dies Everytime We Die

Death Dies Everytime We Die By Gbanabom Hallowell. (for Victor Fashole Luke) I know that my breast is on fire but I pretend not to know I know (...)

| January 2008 | 546 views

Poetry-Ancient Egyptian Love Poem

Love Poem Oh! when my lady comes, And I with love behold her, I take her to my beating heart And in my arms enfold her; My heart is (...)

| December 2007 | 1361 views

Poetry—All voices become hoarse

All Voices Become Hoarse. By Sipho Sepamla step by step we rise as the goldminers dig deeper and deeper moment to moment we (...)

| November 2007 | 1054 views

Poetry: Kobba to Kobola

Kobba to Kobola By Jonathan Peters, USA. For seka ilehkshorn Big man lors irehkshorn Kornvat pan wi to John Kobba Nehks tin, Kobba torn (...)

| October 2007 | 1863 views

Poetry: From Rain to Rain

From Rain to Rain By Karamoh Kabba, USA. It rains fervidly at every sunset. Small, medium and large cylinders burst in skyward fireballs (...)

| October 2007 | 752 views

Poetry—Bye Bye-oh, Abayomi Bye Bye

Bye-Bye-oh, Abayomi Bye-bye. By Mohamed Boye Jalloh-Jamboria, Bergen, Norway. Tem don rich for go; nartin nor dae for ever Tem don rich for ask yu (...)

| September 2007 | 1016 views