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Rainbow Salad

I Danced With The Other Side

Short Poems

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I Danced With The Other Side

There are those who say,
That when I took my last hiatus,
I sold my soul;

That I didn’t sleep for 12 days and nights;
Because my mind wouldn’t let me,
But is there really a price to finding peace?

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Oganga Mangiti

Oganga Mangiti

Oganga Mangiti, is a self-published poet and author | Poetry best-selling author and top writer | 2020 Bakanal De Afrique Fellow | Debut anthology — Love & Pain

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