Once Upon A Time

By GayKindaLove At the peak of that luminous day The angry sun presented her discoveries to whoever dared to lend an ear Her nemesis was to be tormented to lifelessness, she anticipated. The sun finally uncovered the secrets of the dark, she boasted. Fruitlessly she spoke of how the night relied on the moon to […]
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Sensation…

By Christie FossilSoul van Zyl Countless rounds of oscillating movement, yet different sensation… Manouvres that titillate the senses, leaving one defenseless; Now stripped naked to the core with nothing to hide, just the soul to expose… Lead to this state of no arsenal, by rhythmic passion, that starts at the warmth of tender lips, a […]
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Nyumbani

By Neema The moonlight was just right against the ocean, My baby was right next to me. We breathed at the same pace, in unison and understanding. No words needed to be spoken.  As our hands intertwined our minds became one… The heavens smiled, the stars danced. The Gods knew, they whispered in my ear; “Child […]
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HOLAA! brings you: The Season of Love

HERE GOES AFRO-QUEER NATION! The time has come (once again) when we are asking you to pick up your pens, pencils, paintbrushes and PCs and get inspired to create for us! Valentines month is drawing ever so near (like the glacier that collided with the Titanic for all those single folks out there) and while […]
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Things I like about her

by Lara Gemini Poet She is a fireproof vest that Lucifer has gone to therapy for She burnt his hands when he tried to touch her, I could have told him she hates being spanked but that dude just doesn’t listen and these are the things I like about her… Her mind is almost paranormal […]
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Isilumo silumile

By Christie FossilSoul van Zyl pe·ri·od/ˈpi(ə)rēəd/ Noun: A length or portion of time. Adjective:  Belonging to, or characteristic of, a past historical time, esp. in style or design: “period furniture”. Synonym     time – term – epoch – age – era – season – date – cycle pain/pān/ Noun: Physical suffering or discomfort caused by illness or […]
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Sthandwa sami

By Yrsa Daley-Ward In the early hours of this morning it was far too hot for anyone to sleep. You told me I was strange and kissed me sunk your teeth into my soft bottom lip twice. So hard I thought you drew blood. I keep getting the scary feeling that if you look at […]
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