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Three poems by Abbey Khambule

Winter and a dream The city street is neon cold He flashes light through my window On the wall it sits like a door Opening and closing to a flurry of muffled voices The laughter of children I fall into

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Writing Grandmothers: A Call for Submissions

Escribiendo sobre nuestras raíces: Reviviendo nuestras identidades a través de la oralidad, leyendas, folklore de culturas antiguas africanas y latinoamericanas en la solución de problemas endémicos. África contra América Latina, Volumen 2 África y América Latina comparten lazos históricos, étnicos

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Stha`s Chosen Dilemma

by Ndaba Sibanda   Stha says you expect me to be your lover And keep you company, keep you happy. But you treat me like a collapsible chair! A chair you slump onto when there`s no softer one. I want

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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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