Day: December 10, 2012

Reflections

Biblical Woes

By Sebenzile Nkambule: The Bible bores me. Dare I be honest, with very little care for the judgement this proclamation, perhaps confession, may bring. The guilt about this wore off after several painful and emotional self flagellation sessions on how unacceptable it was for me to not feel excitement, and unimaginable joy each time I force myself to open the […]

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P.s I love You, Series

P.s I love you: Children

By Andrew Pacutho: What do you think of children? Fat, drooling babies! Not many women seem to be keen on babies. Big families are a thing of the past which is sad because full households are magical…most times. I grew up in a big family so a full house will always be more acceptable than an “empty” one. In fact […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

Feel me. I am here.

By Inet Morudu: Sliding my way silently through sentimental smooth words… Grand entrances are my specialty. Everybody will see me arrive but you, Feel me, I am here. Remember the changes to your once cold and unaccepting heart? Well, I did the makeover slowly but surely without your consent. Your heart has learnt to skip happily like a little girl […]

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