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A Red-brown Dog Stands His Ground

by Frank Meintjies Even if you don’t like dogs, you would soon or eventually warm to Jack. With his distinctive colour, Jack stood out among neighbourhood dogs; his coat was reddish brown and the pupils of his eyes, though a

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Two poems by Frank Meintjies

The storm, Krotoa’s ally I am the storm, I am the sea’s reflection, it’s other self I watch as (in these rough natal days) this little child is swept up as dust with a broom trod on, as the mud

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