Month Archives: July 2021

Poetry in motion

IF I DIE TONIGHT 

A Poem by: Enock Shishenge If I die tonight my son Some shall cry crocodile tears I know those close To my heart Shall drink in solidarity They shall celebrate Life SO BOLDLY lived If I die tonight Some will search best pictures I took with them Like they always...

Narrative WritingReflections

I am a Tembisan

I owe my being to the informal settlement of Madelakufa, the forever congested mall called Phumulani, the valleys of Mayibuye and Phomolong, the ever-flowing sewage rivers of Winnie Mandela Settlement and the overcrowded taxi ranks and shops that define the face of our kasi. My body has frozen in my...