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Amazonia (Part 3) by Xoa Mannie

[tabby title="Poem"] We had black rainwater for breakfastand darkness for lunch.Imagine, not being able to eat becauseThe air is too painful to breathe. I miss the clean air.I miss being a warrior for my children.Our forest has been burning for...

Amazonia (Part 2) by Xoa Mannie

[tabby title="Poem"] Trees have families too andthere is a need to know,If this is unity then showme a Kingship that does not needthe Amazon rainforest to grow. My existence is sleeplessly in extinction.The Earth balances itself,I am not needed for...

Amazonia (Part 1) by Xoa Mannie

[tabby title="Poem"] Between the waters,The waters were below.And her curiosity: an instinctthat could build a village,only it died when humans came into its habitat. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] Zoleka Xoa Mannie is a 25-year-old Social ape, in essence: an aesthetic philosopher,...