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By Frenzee Da Rebel
I found this poem I wrote a while back. It is about being from mixed heritage parents, being a British Muslim and about being a second generation immigrant.
By Phil Slattery
An expatriate oil-rigger in Cairo recounts a poignant experience from Sudan. First published in Ascent Aspirations magazine in 2001.
By Ella Jayne
I was asked to create a short story inspired by 'London - William Blake.' I took the opportunity to write something I know and feel other people should know. Instead of writing a typical teen drama I wrote about a real, searious issue in our world.
This is the story of a little girl who helps a...
Short Story | Updated Jun 13, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Frenzee Da Rebel
Not much is taught about Sudan and its rich history. So I wrote this for all my Sudanese. Never been, but want to visit Kosti where my father is from.
In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world.
The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled toward the dawn to have...
By John Tuby
: The helicopters circles over Kiba. Later, fires and brimstones rains over the entire village, men in ignominy veil emerged from nowhere and mauls the inhabitant of the village, they left sorrow, blood and tears on their trail.
Goi and his grand parents escaped the pogroms. Goi grows up...
This is just my research paper for english I don't have a flash drive and I need to access this at home; school internet blocks email usage...
You can read what I have so far if you want, idgaf.
the struggle for freedom
I wrote this in honor of all the children down in the Sudan war zone. I hope you take a moment to read this and imagine the things you may take for granted...
When young Eleanor needs to do a project on the Sudan, she phones her mom whoâ€™s away visiting her mother. Unfortunately the connection isnâ€™t very good, and misunderstandings ensue.
This is for Lady Elizabethâ€™s â€˜Entertain Meâ€™ Challenge. My words were: Nod...
This story is about a refugee from Sudan. Her name is Jelena and she is 14 years old. Her village was burned by the military called Marahaleen and is trying to escape to a refugee camp in Chad.
Novel | Updated Jun 17, 2009 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
The youths of South Sudan are reluctant on development and participating in the building of the nation and that is why the poetry is to remain them and the government to involve the youths. This the Truth to the Youths
By Ella Deschanel
A white girl living in South Africa with her wealthy father after the death of her mother. The dad is very distant and shows no emotion. He works all the time. The story is about the relationship between the father and daughter after the mother's passing. It's about how they must join together...
By Scarlett Faust
Save Darfur. Stop genocide in Sudan.
By John Wanjora
We have grown up like brothers and sisters with the Sudanese refugees community in Kenya, now their mother land wants them back. To these and all the Sudanese refugees in the diaspora, may God grant your dream of rebuilding a happy and prosperous nation of Southern Sudan.