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Poetry, Tale Africa

Myself, meet Stranger

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: I have watched myself evolve for the filthiest worst. From human, down back to ape. I am Sticky from sexual immorality, heart hairy from emotional neglect. I am sweaty from exerting man power into a forced relation that shows no sign of surviving  without the sacrifice of my moral conscience. I can barely recognize the […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

A real Woman

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: A real woman is not her heels. A real woman is not her strong perfume. A real woman is not her voluptuous curves. A real woman… Do you know a real woman though? Women  like Thabitha and Hannah. I saw real women. Women with the stature of Goliath And the power equivalent to that of […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

I have a reason

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: Joshua had a reason. David had a reason. Moses had a reason. Rachel and Leah had a reason. King Hezekiah had a reason. Victory was the reason. Retractable blessings were the reason. Life was the reason. I don't have a reason though. I have MANY reasons. I have Lamentations 3 verse 58 as a reason. […]

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