Tuimbie: Sing for Us

Tuimbie is Amjambo Africa’s poetry section!

We are looking for poems from writers of any age and level of accomplishment, with roots in Africa. Tell us your stories, your dreams, your songs, your heart. We want to get your words, your creativity, your stories, into the conversation of the community here in Maine. Find out more.

Dear Maine

By Ekhlas Ahmed On days like today, you have awakened my senses, brightened my vision and expanded...

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I am an American

  This poem by Ekhlas Ahmed is part of an art exhibition at Cove Street Arts in Portland by...

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Chess Game

By Ali Ali I live in the area of a world where we all smell the same, taste the same, feel the...

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Crossing the River

by Isaac Kinzambi Eagle! Cross me your rivers, Since my wings have weakened. Little bird! Take me...

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Dream 3

by Kifah Abdulla 1 I dreamt that the war died And it never returned again, ever The cannon barrels...

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Ekhlas Ahmed 1. Sudan My home My Homeland My country My love surrounded by beauty, that’s...

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Hi I’m Jossy

Not a short form of Josephine Neither is it spelled Josie or Josi Wait, why should I care about?...

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Hijra (means travel or migration in arabic), That’s what people at a roadblock say when...

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