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My Natural Black Woman by Aubrey Mgwenya

Her chocolate complexion remains dimmed, Like the evening golden sunset of a winter`s day. Her bright eyes glowing like two stars, displayed From the curtains of heaven`s joy. Her pride consumed and refined by the richness- Of both my heart...

A Mother so Warm by Madlu Saladi

So freezing cold outside/ yet warm is how my heart is/for the howl of the wind/is silence next to the explosion of your toothless smile/heat from a roaring fire would comfort me/ far less than your longing needy hands /kneading...

Street Love by Zac Zeren

Lights Flashed Envy Green It was your signal to Go Gave up your spine Then leaned on A Street Pole You lost balance They told you brace Yourself Don't be Broke The cold pavements were there to catch you When...

wanting by zamantungwa

sorry didn't mean to hamper you with my wanting it's just that my desire cripples me winds me up causing me to be demanding but i won't help it cause in this cold city a woman forlorn grows too many...