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I’m missing you

I'm unable to say When last we saw Enough to make my heart cry For happiness has gone awry? Off my feet and wiped from my slate ?Loneliness emerged...

On Bended Knees

 By Sheriff Bojang Hear me, mighty heavens Winged spirits of the high above I speak to my God, Most High Who sent His Messenger From atop a mountain sylvan By...

I Am An African

I am an African Not because I was born there But because my heart beats with Africa's   I am an African Not because my skin is black But because...

I will tell you why I laugh

By Baba Galleh Jallow Having told you why I cry I will tell you why I laugh Why my heart is full of joy Why I smile...

Gambia Nice

Nice is not nice, sad is sad, brutal is brutal Intimidation, insults, threats, beatings and arrest Rape, torture, forced-disappearance and murder Night so dark and impenetrable no...

Before I die…

By Jama Jack Treat me right… Make me feel it before others do I'm going to die a digital death News on the Internet even before my neighbour...

Musa Bah, Tha Scribbler

Anchor extraordinaire Fatu Camara I find her to be very unbiased The criticism always leave her unfazed A multitude of fans and critics, still unabashed The image of her...

Musa Bah, Tha Scribbler

Elegance Ode to Teneng Gitteh She has true elegance One can't value her work's significance Among her good traits is her munificence She never condones any form of malfeasance Ah...

We Have Come Home

By Lenrie Peters We have come home From the bloodless wars With sunken hearts Our booths full of pride- From the true massacre of the soul When we have asked 'What...

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