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Posts Tagged ‘Prose’

The Sunken Heart

By Adoboe Selorm Tears drop on the pillow case when we wake to see, hear or feel them no more.

Saying No

By Adoboe Selorm

What If?

By Adoboe Selorm   I can’t even look at myself in this beautiful mirror on the wall.

Tuck Magazine 2015

  Tuck Magazine had a record breaking 2015, publishing an increased number of articles as each month progressed, easily surpassing the achievements of the year before.

Poetic License: A Poesy Definer?

By Ebi Robert “Human analogy can never explicate the dogma of poesy”

What shall we name this forest?

By Kitaka Alex My grandmother with wrinkled oval face, a prominent forehead and on her head promiscuously sits a thicket of hair, grey, long and unkempt. She says, her voice husky, “Son, your eyes uphold with them the lanterns we held in the 50’s,