I cross the bridge, there's no more sorrow
Across the bridge, there's more tomorrow
I cross the bridge, traversing the river flow
Across the bridge, a tear drop, sinks below
It all began with one big yelp
With gestures that signaled help
From the ushers who swelled up the joy
That herald the birth of a child, a boy!
Bouncing through the
In 1462, the waves carried the shrill cry, “Sierra Lyoa!”Lion Mountains! Professed the sailor, Pedro Da CintraTo this wonderful abode of nature, valour and powerReduced to a mall
The feelings can be so hard
That it gets difficult to be glad
They seem so hurting, seem so bad
You thought the world was going mad.
Oh! It gets so annoying,
We come boldly to the throne of reverenceIn humble adoration of your power and omniscienceSo great an entity; we adore your magnificenceWith blissful hearts, for your love to
Sierra Leone’s poet extraordinaire, Jusu Jaka Yawmah, aka Jay Jay, was so caught up in awe upon reading about the technological advancement of biomechatronics at the MIT Media
She crawled up to me like a phantom
Ready to spew forth her dreaded venom
That is currently a global phenomenon.
You wouldn’t believe how she ssssssssshhh!
I guess you need silence
Jusu Jaka Yawmah (in photo), a Sierra Leonean living in Ghana, and one of the country’s most young talented poets has illuminated his brilliance once more by sharing