Month: August 2016

Poetry, Tale Africa

In His Memory…

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa: I met this guy, So amazing he was, With a smile so wide it made me weak in the knees. His eyes…. So sweet Made me sweet Made me sweat — he had small eyes. See those kind that make you confess? He drove me crazy in every sense Made me dizzy, So blizzard with […]

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Short Stories, Tale Africa

Redemption (Finale)

By Fungai Chigumbura, Zimbabwe: I've been out on nights like these many times in my life. The cool air always stings when your drunk off your rocker. It's as if nature herself is slapping you in the face, caressing you with laughing fingers. I'd often wake up with a slight cold, my body worn from having to weather both my […]

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Series, The Doctor's View

The Doctor’s View: Of Shadows That Haunt My Steps

By Denise Kavuma, Uganda: Every now and then new diseases are discovered and while some are named thus just so the pharmaceutical companies can get every last penny out of gullible individuals, others are simply just a way for the world to define something they don't understand. I verily discovered one such condition recently and I'm well on my way […]

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Reflections

Dear Life

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa: Dear Life I have tried I don't think there is anyone on this earth That has cried as much as I have So many tears in the name of love I tried so hard, to give I gave too much for I have nothing left The feeling of having you in me used to give […]

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