Queer in Belfast|Grace Tower

When God finds me, shuddering under a shire horse, snot dangling from its nose, he’ll shred…

TRANSCENDENCE|Adepoju Isaiah Gbenga – Nigeria

Last dawn, as Mama gasped on the shore I asked her what transcendence means: She says…

Exaltation by Chibueze Obunadike

tonight, God sleeps in the lightning. look how he carves our namesmoth-white against the spine of…

Three Poems by Stanley Princewill McDaniels

Requisite for a Seething Malady Again you ask: how do you define         …

Are you washed in the blood of the lamb by Olabimpe Adedamola

His fists shake as you empty the contents of your mind on the floor In the…

Munching on God Daily by Adedoyin Kayode

My lover says I have lost memory of something spiritualbecause i grew too far from God.she…

Two Poems by Shitta Faruq Ademola

August, 2020: An Epitaph of my grief I watch how my body begins to fold into…

Two Poems by Mark J. Mitchell

SHAPES OF LIGHT SACRAMENTAL RECORDS ARE RETURNED TO SAINT DOMINIC’S Mark J. Mitchell was born in…

Three Poems by Fabrice Poussin

A million miles closer I will travel to infinite distances to gaze into that secret space…

Scar by Samuel Adeyemi

they say action speaks louder, but i know every blade is softer than the tongue, &…