Yearly Archives: 2018

Weeds

by Mpumi Cilibe   There were moments when I felt that she was far stricter and harsher with me than with the rest of my siblings. But I must admit that there were also times when I felt her tenderness

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Dave

by Chris Mason   You would call me Euro-Jesus when I walked through the door Your hands pressed together in jest I was never quick enough to say “let us break bread” But with coffee there would always be talk

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sometimes i am just a body

by Mphutlane wa Bofelo   bold and audacious free spirit irrepressible voice open express of the right of the body to receive and give pleasure according to its own tastes not society’s dictates before Rhodes must fall before fees must

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Fork porn!

by Amani Karisa   Our land is burning, and we are watching porn. “There is too much loss of life in the land.” Never mind, stream live porn. “Breaking news! Girl stops a stray bullet.” Fork that, any latest porn

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His eyes were blue

by Abigail George   “God took you out of my life for a reason.” Arms as pale as milk, black eyes, little foal, innocent and tender as Zelda Fitzgerald, genius wonder boy of the family – in this dark house

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