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Open the door by Beula Kapp

[tabby title="Poem"] It is rooms of pain that fill the chambers of the heart causing your distance, depart with the breeze so cold it's verandah of remorse that coverts the confusion of one's decision unending tears opening from the verandah...

Silent Winter by Van Black

[tabby title="Poem"] I would like to decorate this silent winter With melodic voice notes and last month’s poignant pictures Yet my heart still weighs heavy far beneath deeper While the memories in my left eye are starting to wither As...

Happiness by Busisiwe Skosana

[tabby title="Poem"] You are very good at making very bad decisions, But my brain has always been a good mother to you. You care so much about people who want to leave, Like I always cried for toys that were...

My edges by Des Springhall

[tabby title="Poem"] My edges knick the lips of whoever I kiss, not because they need to, but because my edges are so easy to miss My edges are known to have the lasting final say, because my edges have been...

Classroom 101 by Rishan Singh

[tabby title="Poem"] The classrooms here, are mushrooms, tall like spilt milk all over the place, bending and folding in contents. It's like red wine drunk at a friends' party, noting the red linen to every last detail. The clothes are...