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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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Three poems by Mboneni Ike Muila

13 April 2006 before the Passover eve All biza play en no thesha reduces jacky to a madala boy koppie dice no drakes from one street corner to corner all binge en puffing change pozi before the Passover eve sunrise

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Two poems by Vera Mihailovish-Dickman

City Buzz +++++++++++Johannesburg Becoming a truly African city – ++++++which it has been, but not for all ++++++and perhaps not African in the eyes of many ++++++++++++not African in lifestyle, even if in Africa +++++++++++Johannesburg Bursting with curiosity, the urge

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Three poems by Sarah Lubala

An Inheritance I don’t remember how it began with water or without? with trembling or without? satisfied or fainting? How might we measure it? the dregs of a season one white confetti bush the salt on your hands an armchair

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