“It’s not a plan if it depends on the improbable, it’s a wish.” This I said while watching a frustrating cricket match.
“I don’t want someone I can be just happy with. What would be the point? I want someone I can also be sad and miserable with. That is beautiful.” A friend of mine told me this a long time ago,since then I have said it a lot. I never forget the moment, I still remember… Continue reading Things I’ve Said #2
“Its okay if things aren’t happening now, its okay if things never happened in the past. It’s also okay if they don’t happen tomorrow. Seriously it’s okay, because the future isn’t finished.” I can’t remember when and how I said this. But as soon as I did I wrote it down and forgot to mark… Continue reading Things I’ve Said #1
Authors: Diamza, Delve, GM Nova, Sapphire, Poetic Vixen, Chiemeka, Thandolwethu, Trvze, Vintage Write, Jay Kophy, Mayor Mimi, Maira Wolfe, Jade Novelist. Compilers: Jade Novelist & Maira Wolfe Genre: Poetry South African poets Jade Novelist and Maira Wolfe team up again to bring us BLVCK INK, a compilation of poems from under dozen African… Continue reading BLVCK Ink(Review)
When I was little, we would watch T.V. and see people with pale skin Their accents so polished we would try to emulate them Sitting and watching, smiling at the T.V. even if we couldn’t hear a thing. Tilting our lips to one side and moving our mouths exactly how they did Tapping into the… Continue reading ME by Chiemeka
Title: Beautiful Imperfections (Luna Words) Authors: Jade Novelist & Maira Wolfe Genre: Poetry Beautiful Imperfections, a tale of love, lust and companionship. A tale of lovers who can’t find happiness in their respective marriages so they find sanctuary, solace and love in each other. Beautiful Imperfections smolders with intense emotions, shocking revelations and… Continue reading Beautiful Imperfections (Review)
When I first saw you it was warm summer day. You were wearing my favourite band’s T-shirt and your auburn hair was blowing in the soft breeze. Your mesmerizing smile coaxed me to stop and speak to you. I did, we got along great. A few moments later you told me you aren’t the type… Continue reading A Letter to Anonymous