The Poetry Hub
Immerse yourself in the community of writing and creativity. The Hub is a place to share the great works of fellow creatives whom I greatly admire. Praising others is what makes my heart smile and so, l believe the Poetry Hub should become a platform that continues to grow by sharing the works of different writers, past and present.
The first poem is from my best, Tupac Amaru Shakur- The Rose that Grew from Concrete.
In light and celebration of Africa Day and Africa Month, here’s a writing piece for the African child. A reminder. An encouragement. A connection. Your identity… (Please kindly scroll at the bottom of the page for the translation button to the language of your choosing. If this does not work on your phone, please kindly […]
A few days ago, I posted my poem The Crossing on the My Poems section. Today on the Poetry Hub section, I post my friend’s poem. I gave him the same challenge. And gave him the title “Rose” in which he had to construct a poem and submit the next day. Rose Petals Falling by […]
The author of this poem is my mentor. Mrs Leanne Johnson. Who’s also an amazing writer herself. Here is the link to her website. Go and induldge ✨ http://www.pause-read-engage.com As you await your exam results, as you wait on unknown answers, the uncertainties of tomorrow, as you just wait… the following I dedicate to you. […]
This week on The Poetry Hub, I would like to post a poem by one of my favourite great poets, Maya Angelou. I was granted permission by the Poetry Foundation to post this poem of madam Angelou’s. Stay tuned next week for what’s to come on My Poems section. “A free bird leaps on the […]
On the 22nd April 2018, I lost a dear friend. I am still in shock that you left us so soon. I also celebrate knowing that you gave your life to Christ and that you are enjoying with our Father in heaven. To think we met in 2016 when we worked as O-buddies. It was […]
The Poetry Hub This section is where I get to share my favourite poems. I hope you get to enjoy this section as much as I do. The first poem is from my best, Tupac Amaru Shakur- The Rose that Grew from Concrete. “Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in […]