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My Shadow by A.D. Labuschagne

[tabby title="Poem"] I remember when as little wainI wandered ‘round the halls of painLike Achilles and his heelI found my flaws were all to realAnd in the dark of night I laidIn hospital bedWide awakeMachines beeping, lights flashingNurses clothed in...

The Journey Back by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] He left them,He left his followers,Those he was saddled withthe responsibility to lead to aplace of bounty and seamless rest,He left them in the hands of his henchmen,He told them to hold the fort,Until he comes back,Few days...

An Ode To My Could Have Beens by K.I.N.G Cedric

[tabby title="Poem"] To my sweet yesterday:You could have told meHow excruciating growth would be How the change from waterTo wine is not all it seems, there areGrapes who lose their innocence in-between Trading triumph for traumaWith decadent promises thatIt is...

Hieroglyph by Stephen Kingsnorth

[tabby title="Poem"] See wolf and vulture, headdress clues,Anubis, hieroglyphs laid bare,but core I see is symbolware. So many want to claim that ankh,as gripped in hands, as tipped to lips,that cross, its top bar, loop of tear,held gift to pharaohs,...

A History Buff by Mitja Lovše

[tabby title="Poem"] Her life doesn't give her any favours,she merely tries to perseverein this chaos that surrounds her. Still, there's a place she goes to,when all else fails to reachthe normal she desires. She reads of the Egypt of old,the...