Tag: poetry

Branches of light stretch across plains

Politics & Lifestyle

Branches of light stretch across plains

By Mariam Likimani-De Cock Branches of light stretch across plains Cracked and void of usual intimacy Light filters…

I want to Fuck (Podcast)

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I want to Fuck (Podcast)

By Ella Jara This poem is about wanting sex. There is nothing more sensual than a woman speaking…

The unbeliever who briefly believed

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The unbeliever who briefly believed

By Madamflani I think of you a lot. I think long about all the sins I committed against…

She, me and her

Love & Relationships

She, me and her

By Sibusiso Malunga She, me and her She walked to me as beautiful as ever Held my hand…

She, me and her

Love & Relationships

She, me and her

By Sibusiso Malunga She, me and her She walked to me as beautiful as ever Held my hand…

So called freedom

Afro Sexual Wisdom

So called freedom

By Sibongile Portia Jonas If this so called freedom exists It must be buried under the bodies of…

A Painful Truth

Love & Relationships

A Painful Truth

By Dolly I’m so afraid to feel. To feel something real. I’ve felt something before. And it still…

The Urge

Love & Relationships

The Urge

By Dolly I wonder, If a little bit of this is normal human behavior This longing, This aching, To…

Softhearted and unlikely

Politics & Lifestyle

Softhearted and unlikely

By Hejin Kim I feel like a poetry kinda day; I feel like losing myself in the sounds…

The mask she wears

Politics & Lifestyle

The mask she wears

By Caroline Araes Scarred by the world, broken, bruised and shattered she walks the earth. Day by day…