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Editorial: Inside This Cocoon

"Who I was is not who I am And who I am is not who I will be."  -Myesha Jenkins As poets are prone to do, Myesha Jenkins beautifully describes the process of transformation in her poem, ‘Transformation’. Change is...

Poetry Seen: African Flavour – Africa Day Poetry Celebration

African Flavour Books celebrates Africa Day with a list of phenomenal poets. FEATURING: Charmaine Mrwebi, Jahrose Jafta, Mak Manaka, Nomashenge Dlamini, Sarah Godsell,Nomashenge Dlamini,Sabelo Soko, Kgafela oa Mogogodi, and more DATE: 25 May 2018 TIME: 18:00 VENUE: African Flavour Books (Braamfontein,...

A Poem A Day Writing Prompt 24 May 2018

1 rule: SUBMIT YOUR BEST WORK Use the image below as inspiration for your poem. (Image by Pixel) use the form below to submit [gravityform id="2" title="true" description="false"] For more info about A Poem A Day click here

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...

A Poem A Day Writing Prompt 23 May 2018

1 rule: SUBMIT YOUR BEST WORK "When I rename myself..." use the form below to submit [gravityform id="2" title="true" description="false"] For more info about A Poem A Day click here

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...