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Poems by Sanet van Rensburg

Ceasefire The call to prayer sounds a familiar cry of melancholy respect resonates through ancient notes silence falls dissolving enemy lines momentarily The End Be brave like me walk away from this broken urn it once was splendid let go

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Half and full moon

by Fundoza Skosana   Our story shall be narrated. By the half moon Looking at your eyes Listening to your soothing voice Holding your hand while you held my hip Until we promoted our conversation, lip to lip That hug was

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Passie

by Lezel Van Den Berg   Hoe kan ek begin om die storm binne in my te beskryf? die golwe wat my emosies is dit breek elke oomblik met n slag vinniger, groter, harder slaan dit teen my hart se

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Sex is the Opium of The People

by uMonde iNxele   The point is the longer you go, the deeper you see into your own sexuality. It is like coming face to face with your shame of sex. Everyone has something to be ashamed of, and most

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A Township Child

by Rahiem Whisgary   Watching things die has always unnerved me. Then again, I’ve always been strange. I tend to notice rather unsettling subtleties that occur when a body is on the brink of death – subtleties that, it seems,

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