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My call Stephanie Du Plessis

[tabby title="Poem"] I feel the tinglingDown my spineThe fresh air tickling on my skinThe weight off my shoulders My eyes had glanced into the beyondA piercing sightI nearly had some sort of frightI am scared Is this what it feels...

The dark night of the soul by Henita

[tabby title="Poem"] The final hour arrives.The door swings incessantly,between worlds, I drifton a double-edged sword. Life ebbs out of me.As though an abyss opened up inside my souland I kept falling—deeper into the mouth of darknessthat devoured me. Condemned to...

The elements by Machoene Mashlene Matlwa

[tabby title="Poem"] It can take approximately 10 litres to drown an adult humanThis is interesting information, for someone who spends most of their days soaking their insidesI have become a boat sailing between kitchen sink and toiletYou think I do...

The Prize by Stephanie Du Plessis

[tabby title="Poem"] Each night, it's the same dreamA glance at the darknessI've been running endlesslyIt is as if the road stretches to prevent me from reaching my destined prizeUntil the night of the pumpkin moon as I finally reached the...

Bones by Sophie Bird

[tabby title="Poem"] Bodysinkshairlike handsreaching thenow forgottenmist the once uprightspine foldingcracking whereher bonesused toholdherup [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Sophie is a writer, poet and regular contributor for a number of feminist blogs. She is outspoken and always falling in love. [tabbyending]