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When women are train stations

by Dimakatso Sedite   I knew a man who had a woman at every station, each drenched in the perfume of her township, oozing with the warmth of the bosoms and blankets of their grandmothers. Mahikeng fed him hugs filled

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Black Boy Fly

by Thabiso Tshowa   Black Boy Fly is a story or maybe it’s a game about the human race about how we can be loving and hurtful at the same time but if you play your cards right you can

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CALL FOR POEMS: BEST “NEW” AFRICAN POETS 2017 ANTHOLOGY

We are calling for BEST 1-3 poems per poet from Africa (living in Africa) or of African diasporas (one of the parents originated from Africa) to be included in BEST “NEW” AFRICAN POETS 2017 ANTHOLOGY. Poems of any topic, form…preferably

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LEARNING FROM THE PANTHERS: a poetic biography

by Chandramohan S   Why do you write panther poetry? I write panther poetry –people have the right to bear arms. 1. Panthers aren’t extinct. They prowl in the dense jungles. They are disciplined men. They upset the natural order

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The Past

by Sarah Frost   What were you thinking, mother When you handed me the slim rectangular package containing a watch, for my tenth birthday as I came to your bed that lonely winter morning? I was mute with my longing

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