Poetry

Poetry Review: Dawn by Caroline Luka

Dawn by Caroline Luka is a collection of poetry that can be seen as dark yet inspirational. A though provoking collection that allows one to go through different emotions. It is a collection perfect for those that are ready to face their fears and come out feeling better and brand new. As a first published […]

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Protected: Uncensored

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Ndirande: A Poem by Emmanuel Msamala

Ndirande My life begins and sums up a lot here A life of love and hardships Nested and raised in a quarantine Filled with glorious stories and adventures Painful endings filtered with solidarity As the orange sun trades path with the diluted moon But my city sleeps not Ndirande Am reminded of the pain The […]

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Hurt

sometimes we love the wrong ones, most times, they leave our hearts shattered.

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Short Story: Pretty Little Flower

By Alfred Butao On this particularly sunny Saturday morning, Ricky was out at the mall with his father helping with grocery shopping as this was the month end, and you know how homes have to be prepped for the month to come during this period – foodwise ha-ha! Ricky was told by his dad to […]

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Movie Review: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019)

The movie is both entertaining and eye-opening. With its genuineness on the life struggles of the Kamkwamba family and the village they belonged to relates to the life struggles of what a lot of Malawians are going through, more especially those in farming families. The costumes for the movie were also greatly thought for, perfectly mimicking how a Malawian villager dresses in their everyday life.

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Review: The Unveiling of Ten A.M Band

Bands, well that is a completely different world when it comes to Malawi’s music industry. The band world is tense and has a form of rigidity to breakthrough. This is also attributed to the fact that most beloved bands are professionals in reggae or dancehalls, a genre that is loved in the country. For the […]

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