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Lorraine’s Letter

I remember that day so clearly and the thought of it still puts my stomach in knots. You got to the restaurant first which was unusual because in the three years we had been together you were never early. You were always late and I used to hate it. We used to fight about it all the time. But in […]

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The Spark

By Tashinga Wazara, Zimbabwe: I hadn't seen her in almost a year and my heart was about to explode within my chest. I was outside her house and she would be out at any moment. So many thoughts were rushing through my mind. What's the first thing that I'm going do when I see her? Has she gained weight? What […]

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Smile Anyway

By Tashinga Wazara, Zimbabwe: My alarm goes off, its 7am. I'm slightly annoyed at the fact that it woke me up coz I was having a good dream but I'm also relieved because I need to get up. I guess it's what you could call an inconvenient convenience or is it a convenient inconvenience? I don't know. I open the […]

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