Tag: By Kathryn Kazibwe

Poetry, Tale Africa

Deep Within

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: Deep within is the only place where I stare and it's not rude. Here I answer recklessly to my satisfaction. It is here where I sit cross legged and collage my life to be picture perfect. Cut out the bad, the failures and the heartache, Trim the poverty and dump the uncertainty of life. Deep […]

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Sequins and Sapphires: That’s not all, folks!

By Kathryn Kazibwe, Uganda: You know that moment when you look back and try to find something of meaning that you have done since you last got a flood of birthday wall-posts? The one that comes after the “IT'S MY BIRTHDAY, YAY ME!” moment? It's happening to me. And it's cranked up like twenty decibels (or are they knots?) higher […]

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Treasure Box Under Attack!

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: If only shouting “help!” would truly help. My treasure box filled with living jewels is under attack. Last time a dazzling diamond out of five was stolen right before my tear filled eyes. This thief is so cruel. Attacker of my treasure box, have you no shame? To take my only joking ruby in broad […]

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Sequins and Sapphires: When it comes to you

By Kathryn Kazibwe, Uganda: I've always wanted to be a spoken word poet, which is interesting because the last thing God had on his 'to add' list when he made me, was on-stage performance. But I've attended a few recitals here in Kampala and watched so many videos of great international performances that I just cannot hold it back any […]

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