All posts by Ndaba

I am a published writer, former National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) nominee, a writers` association chairperson, an English lecturer, an international ESL and EFL teacher and tutor , book editor ,conference producer and researcher. In 2005, my nationally acclaimed book, Love O’clock was published. In 2006, I edited a poetry anthology, IT`S TIME…In 2007 I was in a team of young writers` editors/mentors on a British council project, Echoes of the Young. 2010 saw me contribute to an international edition -Poems for Haiti, a South African anthology. In 2012 l contributed to the following international poetry collections, SNIPPETS and Voices For Peace respectively.
Job Offer

Job Offer

They say you applied Did you apply or they applied For you? Now they have supplied. But have conveniently forgotten To supply you with the vital kitten That should take you to their kitchen. You are mired in grave job frustration You can`t bother of their company registration You see nothing but your future jubilation. … Continue reading Job Offer

The Love Dress

A woman was sauntering to her beautifully furnished residence when she decided to stop by, unannounced, at her son’s house. With this- after- all -is –my- son’s- house audacity, she knocked once on the door before marching in. She was shocked to see her daughter-in-law lying on the couch, wearing nothing else but nudity itself. … Continue reading The Love Dress

Happy days

Happy days

I am longing for those happy days, my heart at ease,longing for those happy days. Longing for the day i hold my first child,write my first book … and mark my brainchild. My heart at ease longing for those happy days Happy days i forsee sister hugging sister, brother stretching for a brother broken pieces … Continue reading Happy days