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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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Two poems by Thokozile Madonko

Everything breaks against the mountain I Everything breaks against the mountain The light The wind A small part crumbles and shifts against a shattering The light will not be the same and it will move And the breeze has shifted

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Three poems by Mike Alfred

Now I can tell you … I can tell you that our marriage was one of your great creations, a complete existence but so silent and modest, I seldom noticed. I can tell you that our marriage, such a splendid

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Three poems by Natalie Railoun

Poised Poems they come to me when I am alone driving walking places where another’s sound is pushed out by the rush of wind or drone of an engine spat away by the ocean spume rustled out by south-easter leaves

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LEARNING FROM THE PANTHERS: a poetic biography

by Chandramohan S   Why do you write panther poetry? I write panther poetry –people have the right to bear arms. 1. Panthers aren’t extinct. They prowl in the dense jungles. They are disciplined men. They upset the natural order

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