Monthly Archives: September 2019

another dead poet

by Amani Karisa we’re gathered here outside parliament boys and girls dressed in black swinging our bodies in slow motion singing dirges with hoarse voices fists raised against the wind arms stretched out holding posters painted with blood from the

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Spectre, Malmesbury

by Abu Bakr Solomons Seeking salvation’s never been easy: even if you cloister yourself during sacred hours in a house of worship retreating to rise above the profane. Nothing safeguards supplication for vengeance and zealous bigotry become a butcher’s knife

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