Month: December 2013

Poetry, Tale Africa

Broken Smile

By Timothy Bamwita, Uganda: A reincarnated creation, I am. Unfortunately reawakened at the same fort Only nemeses and dismal strangers surround me. Solace in estranged old comrades I seek, But pretense and mockery they exude. The quaint and enchanted warmth I expected fade away As fate and misery seem the new reality. To my maker, I protest. At my worries […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

Our King's land-dom

By Ayotunde Ojo, Nigeria: Who dares it, defying all odds scheme the plot, talk less conjure up in action an invasion on our king’s land-dom? a haven of fighters, of brave warriors axe and sword-wielding, to the last of us We were that invincible or so were made to believe until that year, the sun of our undoing, we had […]

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