Poetry tells stories. Poetry describes strongly felt emotions. Poetry challenges a variety of thinking, attitudes, and values. Poetry is a language activity that celebrates human creativity. May this little book of poems be yet another testament. May it inspire others to think and create wonders with language, and by that help heal the world.
Aken V. Wariebi calls herself “A Student of life”. A graduate of both Rutgers and Syracuse Universities, she loves to help others and make a difference in their lives as they too make a difference in hers. She believes that the life we live breathes on the path we walk and on this path we […]
Ashes of My Heart takes us on a journey through moods of a woman, motherhood, and memories. She gives her raw sentiments. Lamelle writes from the heart and shares in-depth emotions and draws you into her poetry from the first line to the terminal twists. An all-around artist, her writing like her music is raw […]
In this remarkable collection, Althea Romeo-Mark uses poetry like a lance, a magnifying glass, and a soothing balm. Her verse gives the reader a close-up view of life as an immigrant in the Caribbean and details her experiences in England after fleeing the violence of the Liberian civil war. Romeo-Mark grew up in the West […]
What is it today? is a collection of poems, a story, and an essay. The author explores the issues of justice, freedom, and liberation. As a former political prisoner under the Samuel Doe military regime, Duworko knows a thing or two about liberation. The author pours his fighting spirits out into his words.
Moore is considered one of the foremost and essential Liberian writers. His status is well-earned, he paints colorful scenes of his travels in the tempo, rhythm, and voice of his world.
A passion for poetry, Richards pens a collection that celebrates life with the utmost love and appreciation for his family, especially his late father, Mr. Napoleon Francis Richards, and his country, Liberia. Still I Stand is his debut literary work.
“Readers peeking into Lewis’ world will find a poet who teases love, sings love, and dances love. Yet love’s sprinkles of sadness are never absent. How one person runs a wide range of love themes and still holds the attention of an audience is just wonderful. If love brings people together if love celebrates life, […]
In Patricia Jabbeh Wesley’s third collection of poems, the poet writes about being caught between two cultures: her native Liberia and her adopted America. The struggles of the immigrant are contrasted with her memories of the Liberian Civil War.
In Wesley’s fourth poetry collection, she continues her lyric exploration of what it means to be a survivor and an immigrant, retelling stories of a generation ruined by war and grief, and the healing that follows.