Month: July 2012

High School Chapter, Poetry, Tale Africa

Different and Free

By Angela Khaba: I may not be the coolest person on earth, But I'm different Different enough to accept who I became after birth. I may not wear all those expensive clothes, But I’m different. Different enough to know that clothes do not define me I may not have all the money in the world, But I'm different, Different enough […]

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P.s I love You, Series

P.s. I love you: I will live for you

By Andrew Pacutho: I remember the first time I saw your tears. I was terrified. That day was wonderful. We had spent the afternoon together as always and we had not argued about anything. You can be pretty strong minded sometimes, so not having to argue was great (I smile). I remember we talked about so many things and then […]

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Illusions of a Bachelor, Series

Illusions of a Bachelor: Oh, I’m no slave

By Aaron Aroriza: “The worst thing about slavery,” said Aristotle who lived long Before Christ “is that the slaves eventually get to like it”. Well, personally I've even learnt to live in denial of it. I have bought into the illusion of non-slavery to which I've gladly sacrificed my real freedom. But once in a while I see things rationally. […]

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