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  • Issue 2—Transit—Artmostterrific Publications

    May 7, 2021 by

    Hello Everyone, As I narrated in my very last literary breakdown—my commitment, consistency and hardwork—off being regular and in content-wise, inconsistent on my blog that there are quite a few submissions I made elsewhere and committed to blog about them all when they’re finally published. The wait is over! The much awaited Issue 2—Transit—is live!… Read more

  • how a womb breaks into triple laughter

    March 20, 2021 by

    —a birth trilogy when the first birth was called for summonthere was a solemn dirge crawling into earth. the collision amongst blessed occupants;hear the volumes of fracturefrom a shameful womb. hearts, twisted to pounce out in yellow blood.then, all of a sudden, few maternal strengths— swimming like an oligo-worm,across the paths where are sighs meet.… Read more

  • March 19, 2021 by

    Whew, Heyyy!!! You might find yourself reading this very post right now and actually, absolutely stunned—because you must’ve missed the magical content produced in the last three or so months on this blog. If you’ve been following this blog and kept anticipating good things from me, well, I must say I salute you for keeping… Read more

  • Grown

    January 16, 2021 by

    i liked this short story so much , and hope that you enjoy it too! this story portrays the state of possible “not sane” psych-space , trauma that even a person could go through . this is quite prevalent in our setting . it’s intriguing , and should be of much interest to you ,… Read more

  • the elegy

    December 6, 2020 by

    it’s a solemn trumpeting in the clouds songs absent of the current waves around. gone are the deepest sorrows of a child with an elegy condoned without a bit of apathy, her heartbeat beholds the echoes of a love-deed, a child who mourns like an adult in uniformity —taking a sole lead of the artful… Read more

  • Poem – “The Conversion”

    October 23, 2020 by

    From the C.B.I. Theater of operation Roundup newsletter came this poem of wisdom.  Just something to keep in mind – no matter what theater of operations OR which war the veteran emerges from…. THE CONVERSION When bugles sound their final notes And bombs explode no more And we return to what we did Before we… Read more

  • 50 Facts About Me

    September 25, 2020 by

    1. My full name is Emmanuel Kwabena Bennin. Some part of me wouldn’t want you to know the Kwabena part of me, I don’t know why. 2. Also, almost everybody has a problem pronouncing & spelling Bennin right. A lot. 3. My illusioned younger self prefers being called Benyin, because it feels more classy. 4.… Read more

  • Who is Benyin?

    September 22, 2020 by

    Who is Benyin?Benyin is the ever-young one, he rubs love in tendernessMagnificent in his good thoughtsHis smiles are weaved in the arms of heartsBenyin’s teeth spits out wells of happys and kinds // Who is Benyin?Benyin is bright as a morning starIn the noon he says he’s splendorous in sorrowsBut at nights he waits for… Read more

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  1. HI Benyin. I enjoyed reading your work, thank you for sharing. My name is Sakhumzi Bara. I am from South Africa Cape Town. For the last 12 years, I have been living in United Kingdom. In my blog, I write mostly about back pain.

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    1. Hello Bara, I appreciate your good comments on my writings.
      With that said, I’d also make sure to check out on your cherished blog and read you up.
      Hope you follow my blog for updates too.
      Sending positive vibes
      Best regards!🤩


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