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Light Of My Life by Morula Wa Kutukgolo

Scattered stars, Across the sky, Shine their last light out. Igniting a spark of thought In my mind, A burning desire to see you As the sun comes shining down. Awake with arising anticipation I watch as they one by...

Static Reservation by Yorric Watterott

Peter's been stuck at the train station Waiting for his rose since tuesday. Daniel's had the stupid look on his face Frozen for hours mid-flight to his doom. Sarah's life has been hanging in the balance so long It's a...

Tonight you call unexpectedly by Mandy Mitchell

Tonight you call unexpectedly. As always, catching me off guard. And I hear the cotton wool And the glass in your voice. I listen between the words, Spoken slowly tonight, And hear the softness and brittleness That drips from your...

We were all beautiful once by Keletso Thobega

We were all beautiful once, Firm breasts and calves stiff and protruding… We were all beautiful once, When our lips curved involuntarily, Into smiles that could end wars… We were all beautiful once when we were an epitome of innocence,...

Mother Earth by Samuel Ndango

Come to me my children. My belly is filled with the Fruit of the earth. Do not despair, for with me You will have all you want. Walk tall, Walk short Walk fast, Walk slow On the land, in the...