Monthly Archives: May 2014

Poems by Gabriel Hoosain Khan

Untitled (September 2013) Elsewhere I shiver in the Atlantic breeze. Sea sand fractured under feet, his house burrowed Beneath the mountain in Tamboerskloof. Night silent, White wine – chilled and hard – as ocean breath. The dimple on his right

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2014 Golden Baobab Prize

Dear Friend, The deadline for the 2014 Golden Baobab Prizes is about two months away. We hope to read some incredible stories and see some amazing illustrations from many of you. As you prepare your story and illustration submissions to send to us, we would like

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Poems by Raeez Jacobs

An education   You taught me how to play the piano how to use my fingers you taught me how to eat with my hands how to use them to aid arithmetic to spin spider webs from the edges of

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Poems by Joop Bersee

In memory of my late father (1921-2013) Black shape You disappear into the forest. It is getting dark. You slowly move forward. I stay behind. You become like a toy. You are no longer there to say yes or no.

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