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Our hearts by Chinua Ezenwa-Ohaeto

[tabby title="Poem"] It was like this on the day before this day: we peered ourselves in the faces as we sat and spoke of little things of many things and spoke of many things of little things. We spoke Sochimma—...

The Conclusion by Paul Zietsman

[tabby title="Poem"] Many miles travelled, have I, In search of a destination, Only to come to realise why it has such an elusive face, This liberty to afford Now after years of chasing why, Have I come to the realisation,...

He Left A Long Time Ago by Nomsa Motale

[tabby title="Poem"] Twinkle twinkle little star How I wonder what you are A superhero? Or a storm? Perhaps you are a hurricane Or a wave How can someone so strong Watch the clock as it twists and turns Waiting for...

Watch it rise by Olivia Wright

[tabby title="Poem"] chewed off fingernails painted black watch her unscrew the bottle cap clear, crystal liquid watch it drain onto her tongue, into the streets watch it catch fire burn the trees watch it swallow your house, blacken the sky...

Three days by Sandra Coelho

[tabby title="Poem"] We met on a bubbling Friday. Made plans for a lasting Saturday. Then you left me in rainy pieces of Sunday. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Mónia (Sandra Coelho) is a Portuguese communication designer and media artist, with a Ph.D....