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Nkadime diphego

by Oliver Kgadime Matsepe (1932 – 1974) Nkadime diphego nonyana ke fofe, Tša mono ke khutše mogofe. Ka diphego ke tle ke akgofe, Meloko le melokwana le ofe le ofe Mogwera ke kgone go mo hlola. Nkadime molodi, ke na

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Two Poems by John Eppel

Berlin ‘Ich war, ich bin, ich werde sein’:those words are Luxemburg’s, not mine,but footsteps tapped through death and dinthose sewage scents of Stadt Berlin. Words like footsteps tap-tap tapping,Birkenstocks go map-map mapping:Look, there’s Hegel, and look, there’s Brecht,Look, Landwehr where

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Two Poems by Jemima Meyer

senseless my eyes fingertips nose and tongue grow numb as ears listen for your whisper numberless light years away. it seems only bass beats and Macufe’s mumblings can reach and pierce through ears. at least something tingles skin and cheeks.

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Two Poems by Mike Alfred

The Poet Struggles with Physics There’s this force that can make stuff out of nothing. Is this god or something else entirely? Maybe nothing is stuff in another form? A nothing-like form? It appears that the force makes a universe

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Blasphemy

by Amani Karisa Show me your God who had a son Tell me about him who impregnated someone’s wife I wanna know him this god with a penis He, him, his Tell me all about him He who saved his

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