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Remember Still by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] Oh! South Africa,Oh! The land ofmixed cultural heritage,You ask,What do I know aboutSouth Africa?I'll tell you,What I know aboutSouth Africa,Her walk to freedom,A long walk it was,I'll tell you about apartheid,A system that heldsway for years,I'll tell you...

A Clingy sound by E-writer

[tabby title="Poem"] The bird chirps loudlyA song my heart can’t fathomLike a mourner’s dirgeFilling my lungs with salty emotions The flame rose up aboveA battle the cloud never wonThe infant cry from afarA weak lullaby rings out in the mist...

Far and Gone by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] She lived in a world of her own,Oblivious of her surroundings,Nothing mattered to her,Her memory wipedclean as a slate,Nothing could bringher down memory lane,In a world of hersthough in a world of ours,I longed to see her,I longed...

Phantom Visit by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] He comes unannounced,As sleep takes over the body,He comes out of the blues,As the east wind blowsfrom the coast,The time He shows forth,None can tell,When the lurking God visits,Time is not a constraint,The day is not a barrier,He...

The Old and the New by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] A seething cauldron in his chambers,Two forces at war,Sex and salvation at loggerheads,The former with an unrelenting pull,The latter striving to permeate evenly,Married to one,In tumultuous affair with another,Head over heels in love with one,She looks like an...