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Dear poetry by Sonny

How do I get back to you again? You use to be my shoulder for expression. Friend to share happiness and sadness with. Where did we go wrong dear poetry? You use to eavesdrop me profoundly in myself confession sessions....

featured poem: Manifesto by zamantungwa

everything you have ever imagined already is. just pluck it out of the ether curl it up in your fist charge it up with good intent and throw it out to the world. with every fleeting thought your soul whispers...

editorial: Re-Censored

This edition was conceived during the time of the Secrecy Bill furore. Little did i know that South Africa would be dealing with more issues around censorship, freedom of speech and media control soon. Things were clearer then, the government...

Sophia the Greek Goddess by Uduak Robert

I am sought after by many Yet never to be seen by any I’m as lifeless as the black sea Yet i outlive history and posterity I am Sophia the Greek goddess My virtues are innumerable My qualities are unquantifiable...

Shampoo by Ayodeji Morakinyo

Running off her hair Down her brown neck In swirls and whirls As troubled soapy water That would not stay put Thick in the plastic Imprisoned viscous fluid Lackluster solidifying water Of ingredients manufactured In the parlours of chemists Disturbed...