Poetry is a potent rod for whipping society into line.
The beauty of poetry resides in its myriad of interpretations.
Adjei is Ghanaian poet who promotes Afriku, an African version of Japanese haiku poetic form. He is a coeditor of Africa Haiku Network’s Mamba Jounal. His published collection include AFRIKU (2016), Piece of My Fart (2018) and Ghana, 21 Haiku (2018).
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