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by Noel King   Dust dances in the light above my son’s violin. I am recalling the days I never heard him practise. Being a CEO, I was busy, away a lot, when I was at home it was down-time

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Metamorphocycle

by Zahraa’ Khaki   Wheels whirled with wind A tautological irreverent churning The zzzzz like so many flies Rushing towards an abandoned Garbage heap- A forgotten fae mound of sullied dreams And Discarded life Like so many rotting bags At

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Call for Work

Africanization and Americanization: Searching for Inter-racial, Interstitial, Inter-sectional, and Interstates meeting spaces, Africa Vs North America, Volume 1 These two continents were under the colonial hammer that changed them completely. They went through the worst recorded cases of slave trade,

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Poems by Wandile Ganya

Will of the slaves The city trembles. Dust rises, curtains flutter; a tempest breaks.     Ileus Pathologists had probed his blood, saying it was probably an “electrolyte” imbalance, and the surgeons had opened up his guts suggesting it was

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Poems by Werner Klopper

Handel en Wandel Op die donkerste straathoek Onder ‘n verlate skewe ou lamppaal Rus die blonde lokpop vir oulaas In haar eie spatsels bloed Sy was die volmaakte waspop Wat met twee spits melkanne onderstebo Sonder enige moeite aan ‘n

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