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Mercy by Rudene Watt

Some days the sun smothers her, scorching with it’s roaring rays. repeatedly blisters blemish and blossom her skin whilst walking through the desert for days. With vultures waiting, her back turned. she stumbles but never ever falls. Sometimes leans, for...

Dancing delight by Fathima Dawood

In sublime wonderment lies blissful content In the easy breaths of the sun drenched continent Smitten winds intimately entwine nature Savvy bouquets sway with seductive fervour Oblivious animals traipse on the fertile earth Unabashedly fledglings dance with decided mirth Taunting...

I see your figure climbing up the hill by Esther van der Vyver

I see your figure climbing up the hill at first so small that I think it is a statue a trick of the light and what is this you are doing? semaphores, Morse code your arms blinking and wheeling in...

Save me by Esther van der Vyver

Save me, save me nothing, a gesture the brush of a hand against a shirt leaves falling like boats through the thick air the way you pushed your hair backwards off your face the way I waited long past rationality...

Waar was jy? by Jaco Jacobs

[tabby title="Poem"] Ek dink aan jou woorde As ek die son en maan sien met die sterre aan sy sy Ek sal jou nooit verlaat Hier is my hand vat hom en jy sal nie jou toon stamp nie Waar...