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The Good Shepherd And His Sheep

by Ndaba Sibanda   They sang and shouted with joy as he paced about, whispering of godliness. Suddenly he raised his voice and approached a young lady Whose red-painted lips gleamed with loveliness and chubbiness. He then declared: I see

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In Search Of Elusive Answers

by Ndaba Sibanda leakages were liked and licked by the like-minded what looms large now is no longer a legacy but legalities to appear before the mines committee for gone glittery blackberries or to dilly-dally, duck and dodge their little

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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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