Author: kisauti

Ninety Nine

I buried my grandmother on Monday. Thank you for your well wishes. It was the first time I viewed a dead body. Grandma looked peaceful, I overhead some
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Sand Castles

You’re twenty six, you still have illusions of Mr. Right. You haven’t been burnt enough to know that there is no Mr. Right. There are only people and
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Smoking Gun

Dark clouds stared down at Mephosa’s auntie while she swept the compound. She kept stealing glances at her brother, Lerato who was seated on a three legged stool
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High School

Its 2006, I’m in High School. Rihanna’s, Unfaithful and Nelly Furtado’s, Promiscuous are worldwide bangers. Girls my age are tripping on their skirts to listen to Ne-Yo and
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Neighbors

This will be a grumble on my neighbor and the quest to find a name for the readers here. If you like structure and a clear direction you
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Yin and Yang

Last week was a bit somber. We plunged into this dark cloud of post-election violence so this week we can get into something light, something fun. A pine-cone
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