Two Old Friends by Manasa

[tabby title="Poem"] I was too old to walkFar too big in my own houseYet a smile was ever-present on my faceI bought a muffin for my best friendSince the world was too big for himHe sat on the steps of...

YKK by Celia Turner

[tabby title="Poem"] Nod to Yoshida Kōgyō Kabushikigaisha My zipper speaks to me,promises security,tough teeth,quick relief, Six inches of slow,rasp, rasp,as you go,godspeed gasp you kick kill,young knead knee,yankee king key,yield kid knife. [tabby title="Poet Bio"] [tabbyending]

Little Light by Soul’O Rocks

[tabby title="Poem"] Little light,don't dim your soul to the world;Don't care who did it first or worse;This life won't give itself your worth;Don't bleed yourself in hurt;Little light,don't give your heart to the worldAnd don't care who did it first...

HONOURING LOVE by Mpho Molekoa

[tabby title="Poem"] “If I speak with human eloquence and angelic ecstasy,But don’t love, I am nothing but the creaking ofA rusty gate”.Love is wholesome. Love is pure. Chapter One – The Beginning. The End:I draw in air,Let it fill my...

We Grow Tired by Nkululeko Zondi

[tabby title="Poem"] we grow tiredof listening to the same tuneover and over again we march towardsthe powers that beto relay our dissatisfaction we are metwith a louder similar tunefrom a bigger device we return homewith nothing but hopeand synthetic fearlessness...