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Poetry Potion 11
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25 phenomenal poets answered the call to submit their poetry with the theme of love and compassion. Vangile Gantsho writes about how we live in a world that seems to be intent on hurting women. Drawing from a symposium where the topic of discussion was about "living in a hopeless world and creative writing being a source of hope." Gantsho talks about how black women, the world over, are using social media, using the arts, to talk about how our magic, though tired of hardship and pain, is carrying us through. She picks up love and compassion threads from Linton Kwesi Johnson, Audre Lorde, Koleka Putuma and many other magical beings and draws courage from them as she seeks, and it is a plea for all really, to not land up in a place of hate. Poetry Potion number 11 Title: Love & Compassion  Author/s: Various Publisher: Black Letter Media Paperback, 63pp ISSN 2304-8107

25 phenomenal poets answered the call to submit their poetry with the theme of love and compassion. Vangile Gantsho writes about how we live in a world that seems to be intent on hurting women. Drawing from a symposium where the topic of discussion was about "living in a hopeless world and creative writing being a source of hope." Gantsho talks about how black women, the world over, are using social media, using the arts, to talk about how our magic, though tired of hardship and pain, is carrying us through. She picks up love and compassion threads from Linton Kwesi Johnson, Audre Lorde, Koleka Putuma and many other magical beings and draws courage from them as she seeks, and it is a plea for all really, to not land up in a place of hate.

Poetry Potion number 11

Title: Love & Compassion 

Author/s: Various

Publisher: Black Letter Media

Paperback, 63pp

ISSN 2304-8107

25 phenomenal poets answered the call to submit their poetry with the theme of love and compassion. Vangile Gantsho writes about how we live in a world that seems to be intent on hurting women. Drawing from a symposium where the topic of discussion was about "living in a hopeless world and creative writing being a source of hope." Gantsho talks about how black women, the world over, are using social media, using the arts, to talk about how our magic, though tired of hardship and pain, is carrying us through. She picks up love and compassion threads from Linton Kwesi Johnson, Audre Lorde, Koleka Putuma and many other magical beings and draws courage from them as she seeks, and it is a plea for all really, to not land up in a place of hate.

Poetry Potion number 11

Title: Love & Compassion 

Author/s: Various

Publisher: Black Letter Media

Paperback, 63pp

ISSN 2304-8107