On the Mount by Overcomer Ibiaduradara Ibiteye (Nigeria)
The content and context of this work are centered around climate change; environmental disasters and how we react to the pain they bring. The title “On the Mount” pulls itself from one of the poems in which nature fades, and the earth seems to fold into oblivion with its inhabitants. However, the poem also gives the prospect of a better future, a hope for a universe that is tethering on the edge of nothingness.
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Courageous by Abigail-Tydale Bassey (Nigeria)
The twenty-five poems contained in this chapbook manuscript titled ‘Courageous’ range from courageous desires through achievements.
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White Sun Incandescence by Osy Mizpah Unuevho (Nigeria)
In White Sun Incandescence are poems written in the experience of the dreams in the next body-questions & roamings into metaphysical & metaphilosophical fields of existence: Spirituality, Exile, Love, Grief & Death (As Loss of Possession, A lack of Understanding, & The Departure of Strangers), Masks and the Earth; Geography & and its print on childhood memories.
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In Conversations by Abasiama Nora Udom (Nigeria)
Conversations have ruled mankind and will continue to do so. I pulled into the different conversations we have, with God, within ourselves, and with every other person. In Conversations is a jamboree of talking and talk back but we have silence too and this is the end of all talk.
About The Pengician Poetry Chapbook Series
The Pengician Poetry Chapbook Series Prize is an annual competition designed to give aspiring poets the opportunity to self-publish their first chapbook at no cost.
Follow this link to read more about how to submit your work for consideration on our call for submissions, Issue IV Poemify Magazine, theme: Peace, and click here to download and read Pengician Poetry Chapbook Series 2020. Follow this link to read previous issues of Poemify Magazine.
Hearty congratulations to the latest authors!