TIME OF THE POET JOURNAL : Of Wretched Slogan Vagabonds and Political Hoodlums!!


December dribbles her signature dance towards January, shaking off jackets  of Christmas fever  welcoming 2020 flipping  pages into another millennium.  We are capping this year of diversity  with a blessing of global of poetry. This journal celebrates  the  power in  togetherness  and  the  vintage of  diversity .Poets  and poems featured in this  special  journal represent   the magic of poetry  on the this once peaceful but now war whipped  earth we call WORLD.  It is a selection of defiant but nonviolent spear like words hunting for justice in the deep gutters of war, expedience   and digging for peace underneath crude pits of tyranny. To expose  dictatorial  vagaries and totalitarian  imbecility perpetuated by blood suckers and powers mongers on this our  earth  .Our  God the Almighty , Lord  created   Poets with the wisdom of revolutionizing   and cleansing  the world  of  its political dirty and wash  it clean  from  the trash of toxic corruption. This journal is a global reprint of poetic footprints retracing us   from the days we started to our destiny, TODAY. Today   fingers of grandchildren are burnt in hot pans of political authoritarian regimes. We have become grandsons and daughters of preceding autocratic soup kitchens.  We are clutching on the legacy of economic seizures, terroristic trances, war commerce and commodification of refugees.  We are the wretched vagabonds clutching on the torn flags of banana republics. Hoodlums praising remorseless wizards and lizards grabbing the sunlight of our lives in broad light. Our featured  Poet Profile in  this  December special offing  is  Jamie Dedes( profile enclosed).The poets here are   some of the remaining voices hard nut bolt resistant enough to be swallowed by the imbecilic, corrupt and crude global political clout.Keshab Sigdel (NEPAL),Anjum Wasim Dar( Pakistan),  Mbonisi Zikhali( Canada- Zimbabwe) , Robson Shoes Lambada( Zimbabwe), Taofeek Ayeyemi ( Nigeria), Kushal Poddar( India),  Nancy Ndeke( Kenya) , Samson Abanni( Zimbabwe) and Michael Dickel  ( Israel), James  Coburn ( USA), Tracy Yvonne Breazile( America)  and Author  Omwa Ombara( USA-KENYA).  Poets remain peoples commissars and messengers  of truth-