Ijagun Poetry Journal

IPJV1N1Vol. 1 – No. 1             October 2013

Contents

Desiree Jung

Rolling Times

Dawn/Madrugada                                                   

Charles  F.  Thielman       

In the Sway of River Birch

Releasing Cargo

Ready to Parade                                                     

Kousik Adhikari                 

The Art of Water

Nights

Nowadays                                                                

Brett Stout               

Ohio Ideals, Run and Never Look Back

Post-It Note Dissection: Present and Future

Poking Things with Sticks                         

Anthony Ward        

Pigeonholed

Thinkcubation

Sack Race                                                                

Michael Adejonwo            

I remember

So Bright, So Brief

A Night Letter                                                           

Arnab  Chatterjee              

If Winter Comes

Herbert Marcuse

Anne Hathaway                                                      

Aaron Wiegert                    

Smiley Face Stickers 

Warmer, Deeper

Overturned                                                               

Michael D. Brown

Torre di Pisa

Fratricide                                                                  

Gabriel Bamgbose

The Sun’s Dance

This Life, My Brother

Gale Acuff                            

Hem

Tips                                                                            

Chloe Burns                                   

The last poem I will ever write you

advice                                                                       

Kehinde Sofoluwe            

The Fairest Mark                                                     

James Maxwell                  

The Trouble With Expectation

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About Ijagun Poetry Journal

Ijagun Poetry Journal is a quarterly journal that provides a platform from which we can tell our own stories in the authenticity of their multiplicity through the poetic medium. We don’t want to hear these stories from our master “griots” alone; we want to hear from those mastering their art, too. Hence, we aim at publishing new and emerging poets. We also welcome the works of established poets in order to encourage the poetic genius of those mastering poetic art. We prize original works that conform to, break or reinvent conventions. Again, we accept reviews and critical essays on poetry. We also accept powerful art works and photographs that make us appreciate the "poetry" in everything.
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