Roses, Kisses and Chocolates 3 Bwalya Kazungo I can see the hustling and bustling of the city I an hear the sirens and whistling of the city To conjure images Images of hallucinated burial banks of institutions And as I looked back My form became a heap of bones and flesh Creating sweet…
Kitwe has started a Jazz Society and I thought I should upload a few photos of the first one we had in January. We shall be holding them once a month. Membership is K50 000 per month. Members that pay can bring their jazz music to play. Members are also allowed to invite one…
JOY AND SORROW Moddy Muponisi Then a woman said, “Speak to us of Joy and Sorrow.” And he answered: Your joy is your sorrow unmasked. And the selfsame well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with your tears. And how else can it be? The deeper that sorrow carves into your being,…
Kitwe Poetry Corner has not been meeting regularly. Here are the poems that were read on Friday 14th October 2011
Kitwe Poetry Corner presents poems from Kasanya Chavula, Mark R. Slaughter, Webster Kamaloni and King Solomon
Kitwe Poetry Corner presents poems from Leonard Koloko, Richard Likumba,Van Wyck Mumba and Barney Kanjela.
More poems from Kitwe Poetry Corner
“I travelled in many strange lands
Sojourned in thy lands of milk and honey
“Desolate I stand
Firmly anchored in the sand
Battered by the sun, still I cope
A symbol of health, life and hope.” – Leonard Koloko
This week we give you more poems and a peak behind the scenes, with photos from Kitwe Poetry Corner.
You are cordially invited to the fortnightly poetry readings at Kitwe Little Theatre.