Day: August 12, 2013

Poetry, Tale Africa

Marble Sleep

By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: She sits on a stone carved in marble. One that shows the beginning and end. Someone once breathed in this air, When it was pure and clean. It's now fouled by bad memories, Generated by unconcerned minds, Too steeped in control and anger. The air shimmers with past and loneliness. It senses an eternity of solitude. […]

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Reflections

In Africa The Dead Are Living

By Mpuga Rukidi, Uganda: Sometimes we are not given the credit we deserve. I mean we, Africans are denied credit that is rightfully ours. The other day one of my uncles – Bob – just got elected in Zimbabwe for …er…er… the third time. But let's not go there. I do not read politics and won't therefore go into discussing […]

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