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Ode to Myself by Black girl cocooning

[tabby title="Poem"] Sometimes i resent my lover, her fetish of self-loathing and self-destruction are exhaustingThe pity parties she has hosted for herself have always granted her a VIP ticket to the rock bottomA sunken place i always have to bail...

Love still lives here by Tulile Siguca

[tabby title ="Poem"] Love still lives hereThis little heart of mine,I'm going to let it shine through dark rooms where the stench of heartbreak loomspast ruins are home,places where fear dwells and love is left out cold with only broken...

When I scatter by TSHEDISO Louw

[tabby title="Poem"] Dust is a book that awaits us when time comesIn contradiction to popular belief,One day when I scatter rainbows will rewrite my name when flowers blossom. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] A poet from Kroonstad and a lover of words....

In The Urn of Forgotten Days by Himanshu Ranjan

[tabby title="Poem"] I rub my palm on the cold wall,and it feels my sorrow drains outthe temperature difference. A wave of sounds encircles me,yet I find a silence engulfsmy existence like an oceanpainting far from the shores. My mind has...

Bipolar Wooden Panels by Hana Kassam

[tabby title="Poem"] Surrounded by white closets,perks of colour never last,at least not a cuttlefish.Mirrors fade through the endless grass,and deserts are handy for a foreigner.Never realised where the need for a heater came from,Christmas lights frighten ex neighbours.Smelly sports shoes...