A Wilderness: pt I

By Dzivaramazwi/ @dzivaramazwi At night she dreams of chickens, asphyxiating, flapping their wings in feeble attempts to fly away and squawking, their eyes rolled so far back only the whites seem to show. She wakes up from these panting, shouting, running and her husband always draws her in, trapping her in a different kind of […]
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To Her

By Untapped I’ve heard there’s a secret place where you keep your feelings hidden under honey jars to keep them sweet. That if the jars are ripped open, eternal love will over flow from streams in your heart, to water all the dried paths that you fear to walk by. A whisper floated to my […]
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Bedding a carrier

by Nkosazana There’s something so mystical about making love to a pregnant woman. Some choose to find it uncommon, disgusting, an act of madness But the act of bedding a carrier is somehow magical. It’s got to do with her heavy breast carrying more liquid than I’ve ever cried my whole life Her breasts, round thick […]
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You

By Wataka Damah Dew I know your favourite spot, Yes under the tree that grows over that wall I have stalked you occasionally You like sitting alone Head bent, almost touching your raised knees You scribble a lot I imagine it to be poetry Or diary entry, There seems to be a lot on your […]
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Exiled Love

By KubanaM (Mankuba)   Standing on the edge of society, A lone soldier in a war you forgot, Redrawing the borders that separate us. We lived out lies just to belong, Altering ourselves to fit the mould of a civilization long forgotten. And our love was strong, Through stolen moments and kisses In secret hideouts […]
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