KENYA. A AND B
Kenya B is burning. Yes, there are two Kenyas if you didn’t already know. Kenya A, where water and electricity
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MY MOTHER’S SON
The water in the pan is boiling. It makes those angry boiling sounds that make Ma annoyed. She usually yells
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BURNING
When your gas cooker isn’t fancy, you use matches to light it.  And because ours isn’t fancy, I use matches,
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DYING
What if you don’t cry enough at your mum’s funeral? You know, until your eyelids are the colour of tomatoes,
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THE BABY’S MOTHER
The baby slept peacefully. Her small, pink lips were pursed tightly, like the last words she had said before she
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SURMOUNTING $700 BARRIERS
When was the last time someone else’s failure hurt? You know, seeing someone else, who deserves to be successful counting
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BLACK HEARTS AND SUCCESS
Have you ever not wanted to hear someone’s good news? Like wish they didn’t send you that text saying they
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JUST IN CASE YOU WERE UNSURE ABOUT GOING TO THE ARBORETUM
    post·pone pōˈspōn,pōstˈpōn/ verb verb: postpone; 3rd person present: postpones; past tense: postponed; past participle: postponed; gerund or present participle: postponing cause or arrange
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IF I WAS A CALLBOY.
I saw a callgirl a few months ago. It was late at night, around 9 p.m, I was walking along
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WHY ARE ACTIVISTS SO BITTER
Cars speed by, their speedometer needles inching towards the 100 km/h mark. Horns blaring, everyone trying to bully the other
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