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2 poems by Lindiwe Mpofu

Zimbabwean gestation   another day, another spell of gut churning nausea morning sickness from the growing foetus of loneliness and the longing to return to the soil that formed me, the ground where my umbilical cord is buried homesick but

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Three poems by Allan Kolski Horwitz

Bringing Forth Eve was there Alone She had no need for another She was full breasted And she lay in the garden And seeded herself And her milk made her happy Eve after Eve after Eve But when the moon

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Poems by Maakomele (Mak) Manaka

How I started writing on a notepad I got to write on a notepad because nako tse kaofela, ke ntse ke sa ngoale mo notepadding, you know, I used to write poetry on random pieces of paper, o kile wa

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Lago

by Mike Cope   Arrived whiskers first chewing this and that among blown leaves on a winter day at a time of our need. Someone we couldn’t find had abandoned him. We took him in. ++++++++* Small damp pink rubbery

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Three 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 jy

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