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COLOUR ME THE BLAME by Hasheem Deza from Malawi

Shun from my sister
The winds that blew into this village
Sung no note of her to dance
Siphoned the living hopes from her muscles
And drove her to the far end Continue reading COLOUR ME THE BLAME by Hasheem Deza from Malawi

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Nezihe Izmiroglu & the Bravery, Rhythm, Elegance of the Turkish

We caught up with the radiant Nezihe Izmiroglu in an exciting and informative interview about the Turkish people.

A little about yourself and which part of the world you are from.
Hello! My name is Nezihe Izmiroglu. I started my journey on Earth in the Agean part of Turkey 45 years ago. I have worked with banks, managed companies, and currently I am teaching in a small international school in Kampala. I lived in Romania, Turkey and China before I moved to Uganda. I am a mother of two daughters, one 22 and the other 17 years old. I am recently and happily divorced. Continue reading Nezihe Izmiroglu & the Bravery, Rhythm, Elegance of the Turkish