Category Archives: Take me to Democracy by Aluncedo Cetywayo

2019 May 25: Will my name be there?

by Aluncedo Cetywayo One of these days my body will be under the ground. I will be no more . Will they remember my name? Will my name be on the history books? Telling  the new generation that I fought … Continue reading

Posted in Gay & Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA), In memory of Lihle Sokhela, In memory of Thokozani Qwabe, Memory, Poem, Poetry, Take me to Democracy by Aluncedo Cetywayo, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

2019 March 21: Take me to Democracy

Take me to Democracy Take me to freedom Take me to a place of love with no pain. Take me to democracy with no more tears. 25 years of Democracy There’s tears on her face, her face swollen taking punches … Continue reading

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