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Kofi Nana — Beasting (A Spoken Word Grime)

KOFI NANA, Ghanaian young poet who has been able to impress many people with is talent today releases a new spoken word piece for Ghanaians. He labels this new wonderful piece “Beasting” which talks about the major problems in our daily lives. He is every specialized in using wordplays Listen, …

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HOME ALONE (The Adventure Of a Lover’s Brain)

I feel but I feel alone, I see and I see alone Not even my brain is present It has gone to greet the cacophony of the street Far away from home It was just last night at the concert I fell by the staircase down Eros’ hallway My dreams …

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Take me home Take me home to mother Take me, let me feel her pinch, The sound of her laughter And the blinks of her teeth. Take me home Where the morning sun dwells forever, Till the mourning son swells with laughter Take me home Let me see the colours …

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In the bare sand of Ashiata Ocean view hotel Under the bright early morning sun The cool sea breeze, still bearing the smoke of burning passions And desires; tongue twisting vanities of self misconception Awarded medals of momental glories Leaving the honour of the gloriette to the stink of hard …

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See how engulfed I’ve become! On the long shore of conflicting turmoil,  Lit by masquerades of mutual love. Unstable partners of fate; Friends of my copious self identity Who wear the mascara of love But are principalities of self-interest. They wait only on the other side of the tunnel To …

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