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Three poems by Abbey Khambule

Winter and a dream The city street is neon cold He flashes light through my window On the wall it sits like a door Opening and closing to a flurry of muffled voices The laughter of children I fall into

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Writing Grandmothers: A Call for Submissions

Escribiendo sobre nuestras raíces: Reviviendo nuestras identidades a través de la oralidad, leyendas, folklore de culturas antiguas africanas y latinoamericanas en la solución de problemas endémicos. África contra América Latina, Volumen 2 África y América Latina comparten lazos históricos, étnicos

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Stha`s Chosen Dilemma

by Ndaba Sibanda   Stha says you expect me to be your lover And keep you company, keep you happy. But you treat me like a collapsible chair! A chair you slump onto when there`s no softer one. I want

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