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Two Poems by Ndaba Sibanda

The Bigness Of The Heart I was too thirsty to talk and you gave me a dewdrop of water and said now sing. I was hungry to the point of disintegrating into many parts and you gave an iota of

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Sparrows

by Sihle Ntuli   Sparrow‘s Unshackled and flying high In the midst of Sleepless saint less nights on the side Walk On the pavements the concrete Evidence of the existence of an everyday struggle The eye is the hustle Hard.

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Africa, the UK and Ireland: Writing Politics and Knowledge Production * Finding Common Strands to Move Beyond Neocolonial and Post-Colonial Structures and Discourses, Volume 1 * After over 500 years of contact between Africa, the UK and Ireland, and as

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The Shape of a Man

by Dimakatso Sedite   I reach out to hug you  All I feel is wire I kiss the breeze of your  sighs instead. How do you breathe surrounded by hardness? Or is this the shape of a man? A statue

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The Living Swan

by Zahraa’ Khaki She whirled A demon dervish raising hell Black White feathers a soft death knell Crazed flight across the World Stage 12 fouettes 24, 36, 48 Diaphanous peals of clashing color-sound Green red yellow blue orange gray brown

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