Not a Poet’s Verse but an Everyday Note: A Critique of Terver Chieshe’s He Calms the Storms

Not a Poet’s Verse but an Everyday Note: A Critique of Terver Chieshe’s He Calms the Storms

Most readers these days especially of poetry adopt the scanning system. They look at a piece of work in a few seconds, appraise  and discard it. Such a reader would skim through the first pages of introduction or maybe, not even look at it at all. You see the Preface where the author says the … Continue reading Not a Poet’s Verse but an Everyday Note: A Critique of Terver Chieshe’s He Calms the Storms

Ramota 2

Continued from part 1… During the arithmetic lesson (the subject just before break), Ramota being the devil she was suddenly took my bag and fled outdoors. Her actions surprised me because I didn’t understand why she would do that, and even without taking permission to leave the class. Without even thinking, I slipped after her. … Continue reading Ramota 2