Hells

by Mphae Charmaine Mashifane You’ve been through hells you would not mention with your own lips Afraid their fire might burn your tongue And if you get all dragon about it The hearer’s ears might catch a flame And like

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Two Poems by Yuan Changming

Sonnet in Adverbials [of Purpose?] To be ++++++++ [a matter when there’s no question] Or not to be +++ [a question when nothing really matters] +++To sing+++ with a frog squatting straight On a lotus leaf in the Honghu Lake++

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Poetry Book Launch | | | 151 Jan Smuts Ave | 8 August 2019, 6pm

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Moses Mtileni: tribute and poems

Tribute by Vonani Bila Moses, we shall sing your Redemption Song By Vonani Bila The senseless murder of Nzama Khaizeni Moses Mtileni on 8 July 2019 left me devastated. What kind of a liberated country slays and crushes its erudite

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The other side of life

by Eyethu Mfazwe The arts get ill-treated by the logical because they aren’t scientific enough to be tested but can be proven We are advised to forgive those who wronged us although some don’t ask for forgiveness or don’t see

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