POEM: Dominica prostituted

Mine, Yours, Nature Isle of Splendor Its unique feminine Contour Now Bludgeoned Any man, ...

POEM: Skerro speaks

It’s no intention of mine, Why do they call on me to resign? After all I’ve done for you; ...

POEM: Nature ‘Dominica’

Nature is beautiful as every day we see Rivers, valleys, mountains, and streams On bright sunny ...

POEM: Rise woman rise

Blows on your tail, But I love him Curse words in your face But I love him Black and blue all ...

POEM: LÉVÉ ZANFAN LÉVÉ

Lévé zanfan lévé Jou ka ouvè Sòlèy ka lévé Zozyo ka chanté Lévé zanfan lévé Tan ...

POEM: Champaign Reef

Dive and enjoy the fizz from the Champaign As the coral reef looks on at this sight. Bubbles ...

POEM: The eternal companion

From the womb to the tomb you are there, Ever present in every sphere, Immersed in you for nine ...

POEM: This Child, My Child

By Philbert George When I look into the eyes of my child I see beauty entwined with innocence I ...

POEM: A Mother’s Love

By Philbert George My child, my child, Where did we go wrong? Never wanted you to be a vagabond ...

POEM: Who do you blame?

By Joel Challenger Ask me not who, for I cannot not answer. Why must silence prevail, then we ...

POEM: Nature’s beauty

By Philbert George There she stands tall in appearance Her appetizing body beckoning for ...

POEM: Bele’ dancers

Her feet tumbled over each other in sharp grace, Like rounded pebbles on the bed of a stream. ...

POEM: One too many

The pain and anguish that you bear Cannot be solved by drinking a beer Some see it as only ...