Monthly Archives: July 2020

Three poems by Gail Dendy

Story of a Zimbabwean Farm You would search for the old place only hesitantly, driving the 4X4 onwards down the potholed road then, with a grind of gears, idle the engine while you looked and looked past the newly installed

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These Aren’t Mine

By CL Farley Sean paces a tight circle in the bathroom. His legs jerk forward in a hurry to get nowhere, rushing through each stride like the arms of a metronome. It’s too cold to be barefoot on tiles but

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Two Poems by Raphael D’Abdon

lockdown nostalgia i awoke in a remembered mist where tomorrow has opened its wings lines of another border written on the darkness separating men from their offspring in the shy light falling from the dew of captive flowers her face,

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Toxic

by John Carse in the dream i faithfully memorize the poems i have written in other dreams and smuggle them into consciousness where they are recorded in my reality every 2 decades i shed my skin until my body is

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Amadiba Crisis Committee 2020-07-12: Mbhabham Mathumbu (1930 – 2020), veteran from Pondo Revolt, buried in Amadiba on Saturday 11 July.

On Saturday 11 July, Mbhabham Mathumbu (1930 – 2020) was buried in Bekela village in Amadiba on the Wild Coast in Eastern Cape. He died on Monday morning in his homestead after a short illness and stay at hospital. He had demanded

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