Category Archives: prose poetry
Why do some people mistake a high standard woman for a gold digger? Beats me.Its simple. If you can’t tell the difference, go get an education. When Frank called me a “gold-digger”, because I said I was going to leave him … Continue reading
Would I be right to call you an enemy of progress? Because you keep trying to drag me back down to that which I really don’t want to recall. My mind is moving like a train without breaks… I’m already … Continue reading
THE GOOD BOY A deep revealing narrative that is sure to engage your minds. The reality is starkly frightening and sad; most times. This creative piece was contributed by Onus Obinyan,The Word Magician. He was the good boy of the … Continue reading
Whether you choose to believe or not Accept it or otherwise The truth is a pretty ugly and tricky bastard In some light it looks good, feels good, even tastes good.
This is a poem that wears pain like a clothe. It carries disappointment like a handbag. It touches the deepest parts of your mind, those parts that were purposely hidden to save your heart the hurt.
This is a piece that is laden with an emotional undercurrent of rage and a rebellion against sexist relationships where a woman with a mind and will (strong and confident) is overlooked, in favour of a lady who is just … Continue reading
The body moved in a certain pattern Arching, bending, twisting and turning The arms and legs swung easily to and fro Like a disjointed attachment from a toy skeleton…. The body moved swiftly, slowly and surely Transforming at angles that … Continue reading
Hey Friends, Welcome to BlackWordz. Today, I want to take you through a mental journey… To that experience we usually like to forget happened. So do you remember whenever you fall sick and it felt like you were going to … Continue reading
The bad wife that won’t allow success into her marital home. Poisoning her husband because of jealousy. If you have a good lawyer that can process a clean divorce, please contact me. Continue reading