Let words rain and reign

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Let words rain and reign

If I was a novel


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Novels

If I was a novel I’d let you be the main character And let the theme be love. The setting would be our hearts.   If I was a novel I’d express your beauty with
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Interview with Juliane Okot p’Bitek


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Juliane O'kot Biket

What inspires your poetry? Everything and anything inspires my poetry though I’m loathe to refer to them as my poetry, especially because they are derived inspired moments and phrases that I don’t own.  Which is
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Interview with Catherine M’bawa


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Catherine Mbawa

MD: How did you come  up with the poem, ‘Patching His Patches’ ? During my first year at university, my Lecturer in Oral Literature, Professor Steve Chimombo, gave us an assignment to research on Oral
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An Interview with Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi


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Jennifer Makumbi Interview

      What inspires your writing? Tiimwa, I love to tell stories. I like to share ideas, to question things, to suggest but mostly to have a conversation about our world. As you can
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The first call/Army of termites


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termites

Slowly I watched it grow From a speck to a row Mesmerized I watched as they came One, two, three, four, scores and scores of them Fascinated I beheld them build it Fashion and mould
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