Category Archive: Poetry

Innocence – an encounter

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By Omair Bhat Bubbles of innocence coiling and pooling in the gushing stream of adolescence on a senseless orgy night (attended by rubber hands, eye lashes, eternity of night, chandeliers, plastic breasts, manicured… Continue reading

A Thought

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We need the destruction of war, I thought to myself… …a chill ran down my spine as I realised the irony of that thought

Right hand Pink

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Awake await praise no mistake in hells graves to be breaking out bravely to save me from shavesClose the most hazed a toast to the courageous Never would I be famous in a… Continue reading

Imitations

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Imitations BY Omair Bhat Memory, Hear my dolorous accounts of years tonight won’t you ? I am the second son of night The pure black baby Your Valuable Dark times visible offspring Fragment… Continue reading

Where is Humanity?

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A teenage girl was killed by her family, because she fell in love. They called it killing for honour; they said she shamed the family. But that’s okay, because no iPhone has been… Continue reading

Hakuna Matata

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‘Kenya Yetu, Hakuna Matata’ A phrase that I’d listened to so often in my childhood, that it became the definition of my home country. Kenya is its abundance of greenery, Kenya is the… Continue reading

Right hand orange

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Drastic the Drama I Calm Warm Caress – get up n get Dressed I Dream of good Breast – in Armour of Mess I’m Blessed where I hide – confide in confessions of… Continue reading

Left hand yellow

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Whoah this curse kissed my woe As a hearse to go backslackreversed I disperse bitter verse – Is no church kill my hurt No shirt hoodie cap Chat utter crap as my fate… Continue reading

Be not Afraid

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Raise your voice, however little it be – my most recent self created rule to live by. Raise your voice, for the oppressed, for the voiceless, for the suppressed. Raise your voice, for… Continue reading

A man with no radio

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So Fucking what I Spot Shots in all Shops – slow to not Drop I dont get what I want – I wont Praise or raise Props, What Sure I Not Got –… Continue reading