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MURDER – SUICIDE

We loved so much before February 13thEyes so love-sweet and come-finishWe made love on the veranda of our heartsBeautifully carved to fit more love wattsWe sacrificed to make us…I sacrificed everything to sum usA pillar to each other, we were crowned REALYet you crashed our creation, you embraced betrayal,On that 14th love of February…And I … Continue reading

Our globe

this is our globewhere sanity is rare and humility is madnesswe once were toldto respect others and clean our own mess phases we faceglittering black shoes to glitter untilall steps are madeshoot for the stars and shoot to kill due pain awaitswe who rejoice while others are sufferingnever too latemending our ways embracing the love … Continue reading

Freedom fight

freedom fightthe pen at warkingdom knightserve my lord stress let passaim for peacewhile it lastsstay at ease that is whenvulnerable you are deemedan uncut gemadorable how it all seemed cut later then highly pricedincluding its remnantsset minor backing more liesenjoyed the dividends freedom fightwords on showday to nightthe seed i sow. © ISAAC RAMOSHIDI BOKABA

FOREVER WITH ME

I found our picture from forgotten years agowhen love and happiness was all we knewwe looked like we were blessed by the hands of foreverbut here I am now reminiscent over our dusty picture tears flood my sad face for my brain is storming with sensitive memoriesI can still hear the sound of terror when … Continue reading

Memory lane – poem by Tapiwa L Munyari

Going back memory lane,The familiar path we used to walk together,Hand in hand like teenage lovers we went.Alone and teary I trudged along the path,Reminiscing about bygone days,Bygone days spent in bliss. Going back memory lane,My heart had stuck onto yours,A match made in heaven I believed.The world I had promised to give you,Your future … Continue reading

Down the Streets of Harare

A poem by Connie V We ambled the streets of HarareMeandering aimlesslyFleeting past wide-eyes scanning us enviouslyHand in hand we walked into the restaurantLeisurely on Second StreetOur hunger awakenedOur appetites heightenedAt almost closing timeWith no one in overtime modeA signal that here we could only dine on another day Joina City was our next stopUp … Continue reading

As I wait for the day…

As my uncontrollable mind wanders away,The vivid picture of horror resurface.The picture that brings never ending torture,Torture to an already tortured soul.I can’t stop regretting about my life,A precious life I wasted,Precious chances I flushed down the drain.Too ashamed now that I can’t even face the Lord,So ashamed that I can’t even ask for for … Continue reading

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Echoes of My Heart: A Poetry Collection by Constance van Niekerk