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Featured Poem: Wild Rendezvous by Angela Nimah

Sometimes battle fields come disguised as tended gardens, while scars parade themselves as beautiful, permanent tattoos. Do you remember déjà vu? Do you remember remembering me? Do you remember seeing me for the first time and feeling like we’ve been...

That time of the month by Xabiso Vili

Some poems are their own confessionals. secrets unto themselves, betray themselves, are a dagger in the back, most days they can’t stop the bleeding. Some poems would rather be hidden, get rid of the blood in a public toilet stall,...

Featured Poem: Phomolo by Katleho Kano Shoro

Shhh Ba tlohela ba robale Ba phahlolle diphate ho fihlella mahlo a bona a mela dithoko Ha ba bokwe ke ditoro Shhh Kwenya modumo Re hloka kgefutso ho omisa meogo ho hema kgotso ho ana bophelo Wena, MmaLefu le Moradi...

Pick Up Line Indigene Corefio (GENE)

Salvadors’ Brushstroke Blew picturesque In Freudian Sex suppressed Subconscious mind Sweet colors and inviting form Destiny blushing As fate burns her tongue in trade I saw the drawers dropping

And the beasts wept by Quaz Roodt

During the funeral Dogs bark praise to St Francis of Assisi. Township scarred ,crooked tails wagging listen to the hounds howl their adoration for St Roch When the sermon ends, and the body is neatly folded back into the earth...