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  1. Lick Bass Productions CC
    September 11, 2017

    The Epicenter of War poem reminds me of how notorious past acts can push a nation forward. It shows me that faith as a people can bring change. Bringing it back to South Africa, and thinking how Apartheid has separated our communities and the question of how to bring it all together as a people, looking forward at its current situation, thinking about our children and their futures.

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  2. Beulah writing as Jambiya
    September 8, 2017

    I’m honoured to be a global campaigner alongside some of Africa’s most ingenius international poets and writers – award winners;

    I’m always humbled by input and feedback that has solidified my passion to write stories of human tragedies and victories.

    Stage one done – our voices must be raised against abuse, violent crime – corruption…despotism.

    Mbizo Chirasha you’re one of the world’s best – Thank you.

    Let the girl child live!!!

    #Jambiya

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  3. Privy
    September 8, 2017

    Loved this poems shout to my bro @ The African sun thats my bro yoooo

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