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Black Mampatile by Joshua Nkwana

Quaz | Apr 3rd, 2019 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

It is through crowded streets of my village
the songs that echoes from empty tins
and open bottles, that I recall black mampatile –
as if returning to childhood is remembering yesterday
like now.

Poet Bio

Nkwana Joshua Serutle is a poet and performer, who was born and raised outside Burgersfort in a small village called Ga-Kgwete. His work draws more attention on the streets and shifting paradigms on social issues. In 2017 he enrolled at Mzansi Poetry Academy to enhance his writing skills. Some of his highlights in 2017 includes being on theTop 10 finalist for Leleme La Mme poetry competition. He won the CSP 2018 Open Slam King of the Mic. His poems had been published on Poetry Potion, Odd Magazine, Sol Plaatje European Union Poetry Anthology Vol 8, MuseIndia, Avbob Poetry Competition and Africa Best “New” Poets Anthology 2018.



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