Monthly Archives: May 2013

Two stories by Mlungisi Tshabangu

Dynamics of Productive Coorperation “Without my efficient services, food and fluid intake would cease.  Within 72hours all systems would be seriously compromised and, one by one, start shutting down.  Death would undoubtedly follow.  Furthermore, I assist in the verbal articulation

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Poems by Peter Horn

Good Morning South Africa We are certain nothing has happened before February: this now is inexplicable frozen meat in the deep-freeze of history. Somewhere there must have been a past but we don’t seem able to remember it except penny

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Poems by Leigh Templeton

Avoirdupois in a world where consumerism resorts to psychological warfare, the ultimate desire to increase ownership – branded as labels re-creates this parallel dimension of urban robotic paganistic expression, ‘piece meal relief’ the gods modernised re-designed updated zeus – refashioned,

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Poems by Abbey Khambule

guns of daughters she parades the free maidan, sampling cadences of silence beneath the falling vacuity; she slew him cold with a serrate stare, and foul lager spilled from his throat like blood of a lamb; tobacco in the air

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Basket weaving

by Sarah Godsell   My country, my love, (my heart lives here. It is here she makes her early morning Coffee And here she wakes up with her night time tears) Requires an active form of living Outside the tv

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