Month: March 2020

Reflections

The Deaths I have Borne

  By Denise Kavuma (MD) Every time I have read a story with even a hint of action, I’ve come across this sentiment: it is not easy to kill. Usually, it is said by some tough-as-nails general with a high kill count, who, in a rare show of humanity, is trying to comfort a wet-behind-the-ears junior that has just killed […]

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Reflections

Lethargic

By Cynthia Ayeza, Uganda Where are my fellow “2020 is my year” trumpeters? Were we all just masquerading? The year, so far, is anything but the “glam” we hoped it would be. “We…?” You ask? Of course, “We” are in this together. Just the other day, I was considering ignoring my WhatsApp messages. They are far too many, I thought. […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

For Better or Worse

  By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa Sometimes you need to pat yourself on the shoulder Tell yourself that everything will be okay I do that sometimes Other times in front of the mirror Most times in bed Hugging my breasts in fear that the wrecking heart will break them “You will get through this,” I whisper until I start to […]

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