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Poetry, Tale Africa

The Colour of Nothingness

  By Christi Warner, Namibia I have not contemplated an agenda No suicidal mission Neither is this a declaration of guilt No need to hurry your worry My thoughts are a rainstorm There’s a chance of a flood I have to get it out So my brain cells won’t drown Feed it to my loyal pen Ask it to paint […]

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Poetry, Tale Africa

Backwards

  By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: I loved you before you kissed me, Wait- maybe I have that backwards. I loved you after you kissed me. It felt like a glimpse of the rest of our lives. And yet I wish you could take it back. The little kisses all over my face, The words, oh the words. They are seared […]

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