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Luckiest Man

by Chestlyn Draghoender I remember the day I glanced at her. She was young Yet mature for her age. She went for a walk. I followed my beauty, Caught up with her, Greeted her with charm and confidence. The response

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Absolute happiness

by TS Hidalgo   I tore the corners of an envelope on the day of my childhood something like exultant and cathedrals, shields, even masters in black came out of it (and this is something I do not remember if

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Two Poems by Chandramohan S

When cops come to frisk you 1. Batting an eye lid In the midst of an excruciating questionnaire Could be a tad too immodest. 2. He could try mock intimidating techniques Like the cacophony of revving a car Engine with

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Five Poems by Brendon Booth-Jones

Canal Saint-Martin is Frozen ‘Do I bore you,’ they shouted over the Saturday night winter wine bar clamour laced with body heat, pouting lips, bespectacled faces, +++imminent sex, clinking glass. ‘Do I bore you. You look so disinterested.’ They were

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Poems by Lunette Elle Warren

Naguil   middernag (alweer) en my ore sing seker om die geraas van jou stem te onderdruk ek moet jou uit my uit skryf hierdie keer dig ek jou (wat ‘n meisie se vel by die voordeur voorgekeer het) ++++++++++++dood

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