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african son by morula wa kutukgolo

recite your story african son. tell how far you've come, just so you rise on my window. recite the journey that wore you out, the african journey that brought you to me today. shine bright,african son now that the curtains...

featured poem: We are Kings and Queens by Maikutlo

We are kings and queens with broken dreams and loosened seams it seems we are lost Loosing the human race at a blazing pace unable to find our way out of this maze Amazed to find that we are walikng...

a smile by Torry Msimango

from the edge of my eye i glimpse a smile a happy spirit in motion – emotion how much less would i be had i missed it in a second timeless with wonder a timeless conception of love floating in...

darkness in my soul by Torry Msimango

in the recesses of my mind the universe held up by a dark core hidden from everyone nonetheless infused with dark heavens afloat with sombre shades nebulous, thick depression traps me my light flickers my life lingers the anti-climax of...

featured poem: One Night Stand by Chisanga Kabinga

Tendrils of smoke swirl in the air Fade slowly They lie post coital Warm Cold blue TV lights flicker He inhales the shampoo scent of her hair Of a memory that could dissolve this delicate haze His eyes close Recollecting...