Dami Ajayi, nominee of the inaugural edition of the Melita Hume Prize, has published his first individual collection of poetry online.
is a collection of fourteen poems. One of the editors of Saraba Magazine
described it as, “fine
narratives laden with the beauty of verse.” With grand themes
ranging from dreams to memories, love to lust, longing to grief, these
poems are deeply rooted in our world today. The poems also exalt audacious
truths that need to be addressed.
Dami Ajayi is the co-publisher/ Fiction Editor of Saraba Magazine
medical doctor who writes at night. His poems have been
anthologized to a worldwide audience. His acclaimed debut volume of
poems, Clinical Blues, was
shortlisted for the inaugural Melita Hume Prize in manuscript form. He
lives in Lagos.
Labels: African Performance Poetry, Daybreak & Other Poems by Dami Ajayi, Poetry, Saraba Magazine