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Daughter of the night…



Daughter of the night…
They could see me, well I let them, sort of,I let them feel my transparency, but they only saw through me,My beauty fooled them, the vision I projected they glutinously consumed, It was custom to eat only the heart once they were caught, The raving wolf…

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Remain unborn, My child…



Remain unborn, My child…
Remain unborn,My child,Do not be born into this hopeless pneumatic hole,Humanity is due for Lavation,Rough ridden with precise hate,Persons of uniform skin being deliriously cut down,The time of the torchwood is nigh, Soon, our ration of skulking shudder will rain down from history,…

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The Highlights of Rwandan Poetry






















The Highlights of Rwandan Poetry
The roots of Rwandan poetry are traced back to the reign of King Ruganzu II Ndoli (1510-1543), when the Queen Mother Nyirarumaga Nyiraruganzu introduced dynastic poetry as a way of conserving the history of kingdom of Rwanda. Her first poem «Umunsi Ameza Imiryango», discusses the story of Nyamususa,…

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