Month: June 2016

RCA In-House, Short Stories

Let It Be Done

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa: I have been hearing girls – young women – fantasizing about cute boys with cheesy attitudes, and if not, they fantasize about rich men because of their fat wallets. Whatever happened to real men? I’m not trying to ridicule your crushes ladies, but I’m just trying to be real here. What is one supposed to […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

When the clock strikes midnight

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa: I was sleeping Even though I kept tossing and turning My eyes kept weeping Like winter rain my tears kept falling Slowly bitter and cold I was sleeping My whole being was torn down Face, body everything was facing down I didn’t have the energy to lift myself up For I was literally down I […]

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Paper and Ink, Series

Paper and Ink: Femme Aimee (72)

By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: After  dating someone for a while, you get to think some uncomfortable thoughts. Intimacy is great but how intimate should you get? Does your partner have boundaries? What are their turn ons and offs? Sure, you may think the honeymoon phase won't end but trust me it does. While dating, a few people allow themselves to […]

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