Kojo Baffoe – Staccato Rhythms

by | Jun 14, 2009 | Words | 1 comment

Some say poetry is meant to speak for those who cannot speak. It is a tool for revolution. And those who can speak it, have a duty to only reside in that space & that spirit. This is a debate I have had with some of my peers, over the years. I believe the Word must be a reflection of the human experience, in all its glory and folly. There are no boundaries to what it can and cannot speak, however serious or trivial.


Every now & then, I actually write what I consider a political piece. This is one. Not necessarily my best performance of it, but I hope you do find some meaning. Once again, please share your thoughts. In time, I shall re-record & upload a version that I am comfortable with. Until then …..

1 Comment

  1. Inessa

    This one has got to be my favourite!

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About Kojo Baffoe

Of Ghanaian/German heritage, raised in Lesotho and currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Kojo is the proverbial slashie, the professional ‘jack of all trades.’ He is an entrepreneur, writer, facilitator, content architect, former men’s magazine editor and speaker. He has a Bachelor of Commerce (1994) with majors in Economics, Marketing and Business Administration from the former the University of Natal (Durban), now University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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