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The shadow of my father’s world

by Dana Labe   1. Tethered to the shadow of my father’s world Lawyer’s daughter in her brand new job I blunder in dark spaces beneath the rule of law My father wore brown shoes on Tuesdays His life was

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Victoria Falls

by Confidence Seleme   +++Hurry up Buti, make it quick. I don’t have all night!” +++He was her sixth and final client for the evening. After this, she would hurry to her flat to take a long shower and try

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Gadget Soccer Club

by TS Hidalgo   (…The coach… wanted to see me), No, no, the coach didn’t want to see you, (The coach… didn’t want to see me), He didn’t want to see you, no, sir (The coach… didn’t want to see you),

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Poems by Ayabonga Molo

Slaughter Master Low down, dirty shame; that’s my name, Madness and creating chaos; that’s the game. An outlaw, I taste like medicine, Give me words I become venomous. That’s my hustle; I’m no good deed, I tell you, A wolf

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Walk Sister Walk

by L.O. Monene   When the first cock crow You turn, turn and toss Troubled by the plight of home affairs fires Oh what will i feed my children! Yet when the sun peep in the east You sing along

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