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sometimes i am just a body

by Mphutlane wa Bofelo   bold and audacious free spirit irrepressible voice open express of the right of the body to receive and give pleasure according to its own tastes not society’s dictates before Rhodes must fall before fees must

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Four poems by Mphutlane Wa Bofelo

Malakabe lerato lena ke mollo mosi wa lona ha o hloke patsi le disu hore o kunkele o thunya ka pelong ha ke batle ho bua ka malakabe mashala a lona ke a tshaba ke nna ona ke molora le

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The Smell in the Armpit Theatre

 by Mphutlane wa Bofelo   the smell in the armpit theatre mix masala of assorted odors white wine on kanga grease johnson & johnson via ram n maple jalapeno sauce & Mexican chili white stains black sores colored gore amusement

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Three Stories by Mphutlane wa Bofelo

Gumba “the subscriber is not available at the moment try again later”  the voice tells me and to no avail  i  try again later for several times until i decide to try the guys’ home phones and i am met

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James Matthews: Still Kicking Butt @ 77

by Mphutlane Wa Bofelo   Veteran educator and social  activist, Yusuf Cajee recently shared with me his recollections of the time he was arrested by the South African Police   while distributing copies of Muslim Views (then Muslim News) which were accompanied

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