Innovation

By Clemence Taremwa It’s a new era, Drums roll, Curtains follow, No more type writers; They are in the gutters. No more desktops; In the queue are laptops. We have I pads; We have note pads. But after the I -pads what next? We will use the wind to send a text! Just like blowing…

A Face like Mine

By Pamela Orogot I lie in a hospital bed; No name to my face, Abandoned babe, Small and skinny, Disease infested Death knocking- You stop, Stare Move on. But I doubt you’ll forget a face like mine. I sit at a busy street; Six year old beggar, Runny nose, Lice infested, Swollen belly, Hunger biting-…

Time

By Rashida Namulondo In the corridor of time I peeped through the keyhole of 2099. The television said the nuclear war might be tomorrow The radio said, The globe has warmed up And the North Pole has melted away The phone said to the man with it, Evacuate! The government experiment was a disaster and…