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Restrictions by Motswalo

[tabby title="Poem"] TonightA Christian woman A Muslim woman An ATR woman WillDineWithANunWhoTookAVowOfSilence.Through the dinnerThe TopicSex and Marriage [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Motswalo Mansoe was born and raised in Limpopo in a village called Phokoane. He has been writing poetry since high...

Poet Profile: MoAfrika ‘a Mokgathi

Muriel Mokgathi-Mvubu known as MoAfrika ‘a Mokgathi is a Mamelodi born, South African based multifaceted artist. She is a Writer, Poet, Performer, theatre Actress, translator, cultural activist, teaching artist, Arts codes adjudicator, Bandleader, Curator, award-winning Radio Presenter/Producer (Unisa Radio) and...

The White Elephant by Brett Dix

[tabby title="Poem"] 1The White Elephantsells discarded thingsand forgotten purposes.Here you might findand purchasea treasure. 2Poems discarded. Poems found.Wood whittled. Stones polished.Seeds planted in new ground. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Brett Dix lectures English literature at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Besides Poetry...

“All Things Being [Not] Equal” by Makhanda Senzangakhona

[tabby title="Poem"] We had a professorOf economicsHe insistently refusedNaming the economicsHe was feeding us,He preferred not to name economics;For "if we found value in his teaching",His task would've been done, he said.He was supped in Genevadined in Myanmar andLunched in...

The Holy Ones by Aaishah Mayet

[tabby title="Poem"] Hubris thundered from a pulpitMending walls As WrathReigned fire and brimstone As Avarice regarded the collection trayIn beady-eyed visions of mansionsIn Blinding light As self-proclaimed prophethoodHealed infertilityIn a prayer of LustOn the womb of another man's wifeAnd HumilityHung...