A PLACE CALLED MANENBERG:GlomagMarch2020

‘This Land 02: Manenberg’ Artwork © Val Smit A Place Called Manenberg Exodus – We used to live as one in our mother city Cape Town underneath the shadow of majestic Table Mountain. Every shade and religion existed in a peaceful jubilant utopia baptized District Six – A vibrant eclectic cultural mix where the beat … Continue reading A PLACE CALLED MANENBERG:GlomagMarch2020

Le spirito del foreste–The Spirit of the Forest

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Le spirito del foreste

Le spirito del foreste parla ad me re amor,
que tu sape tan multo. Non habe timor,
hic es non altere quam me e animales.
Io ha suspirate a te mal.
Dice me, es illo ver,
que omne tempore,
quando un arbore
cade a basso
un de tu
infantes
mori.
Io
dole me
de illo e preca
que le homines
non reduce omne
truncos ab le tu silva.
© Yelling Rosa
7/3 –20

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The Spirit of the Forest

The spirit of the forest, please tell me about love
That you know so well. Don’t be afraid,
It is only me with the animals.
I have been longing for you.
Disclose me, is that true,
That every time
When a tree
falls down
One of you
Children
Dies
I am
Sorry about that.
I pray humans
Won’t cut down
All the trunks
From your
Wood.
© Yelling…

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CONCRETE MIST PRESS ANTHOLOGY by HEATH BROUGHER and Josh Compton

An exclusive excerpt of one of two poems of mine in the debut Anthology of Concrete Mist Press AMAZON Books Online South Africa Instagram The Taste of Dust Toxic Whispers – Dagger smiles hiding snide bitter twisted jealous secret remarks whispered in secret corners behind cement doors on infected floors hiding the stench of rotten … Continue reading CONCRETE MIST PRESS ANTHOLOGY by HEATH BROUGHER and Josh Compton

Author Feature: ABIGAIL GEORGE

Who is Abigail George? Background Abigail was raised in a family of educationalists and schooled in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, Swaziland and Johannesburg. She is an author, essayist, memoirist, a feminist, poet and short story writer. She is an aspiring novelist and playwright. She contributes to a symposium that appears bimonthly … Continue reading Author Feature: ABIGAIL GEORGE