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Xenophobia or Not: Africans Denied Home in Afrika by Makhanda Senzangakhona

[tabby title="Poem"] A tear dropped today.Somewhere. Inside. In the past.Rippling effect, where we met.When hyenas were not friends,Yet baying at friend and foe alike. Your lips, still on mine-Proxy of the loss- between us,When we...shared dreams, hopesand cerebral malariaMindful-were we-of...

Reconciliation by Noel Diketane

[tabby title="Poem"] RedemptionEver since you leftI've been attending poetry shows.Just so I can snap fingers at every love poet.So I could ask myself how do they do it?How do they manage to stay in love with all these rumours about...

About Resting In Peace by Tshegofatjo Makhafola

[tabby title="Poem"] if you want to make wind whirls out of your grave, make them. bleed dust. groan lightning. exhale wildfires. if you want to seal off your pain or everything by making your grave a disaster, crack the damn...

Blossoming Pride by Adele Lokker

[tabby title="Poem"] Crackling flags snap proclamations of our joy.Egos and opinions and arms flung and raisedFor progress, however brutal and bloodied.Past saviours sullied. We our misfortune praised. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] A tentative creative that hopes to hail as a published...

My Intact Chains by Thendo Netshivhera

[tabby title="Poem"] I woke up this morningHoping for a new beginningWishing for things change But like other morningsMy chains are still intactMy wrists and ankles continue to bruise When is freedom coming?All the others have received theirsExcept for my class...