Month: December 2013

Paper and Ink, Series

Paper and Ink: Femme Aimee (8)

By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: It's well known in history that anything can start a fight between a girl and her boyfriend. Anything and everything is fair game and may be used to trap you. Yes, questions and requests and statements are fair game too. The problem is in the interpretation of answers, you see, because we tend to dissect and […]

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Broken Smile

By Timothy Bamwita, Uganda: A reincarnated creation, I am. Unfortunately reawakened at the same fort Only nemeses and dismal strangers surround me. Solace in estranged old comrades I seek, But pretense and mockery they exude. The quaint and enchanted warmth I expected fade away As fate and misery seem the new reality. To my maker, I protest. At my worries […]

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Our King's land-dom

By Ayotunde Ojo, Nigeria: Who dares it, defying all odds scheme the plot, talk less conjure up in action an invasion on our king’s land-dom? a haven of fighters, of brave warriors axe and sword-wielding, to the last of us We were that invincible or so were made to believe until that year, the sun of our undoing, we had […]

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