Africa stories, books, poems, and more

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On our way home from Nairobi, we went the long way, through Mombasa. Read More
Hank is on a safari on which he doesn't want to be. Read More
A delay on a simple flight, and a night in a hotel. Read More

Tags: africa, airports

A poem about the tragic Apartheid regime which took control of a mass society in South Africa. The poem also links it back to modern time struggles which the entire world faces. Read More
Anathi is headed to America, one year as a foreign exchange student. A new family, a new culture and new faces. What more could a sixteen-year-old ask for? But there is more to it than it seems... The truth is, she can't go back to South Africa. Not if she… Read More
Somebody and somebody and somebody's great great great grandparents have denied history, the universe is no longer at rest....and must fight either through hate or love. Read More

Tags: africa

I challenged myself to write this 'for the record'. It turned out a bit long but I wanted to include some things that otherwise wouldn't be told. Read More

Tags: house, africa

A woman finds a plastic bag with horrific contents. Read More

Tags: africa, tragic

A magnificent tree hosts much wildlife including the Hondohondo. Read More
One of the first stories I ever wrote and how it became a thrilling part of my life. Read More
Yes, this little story starts out like some other spacecraft, landing on earth, stories, but I doubt that it will end that way. Read More
Motorbikes are dangerous damn things. Read More

Tags: africa, motorbike

A roundabout tale of crusher dust, paving and and explanation of knapping. Read More

Tags: africa, rocks, paving

Elusive sustainability in a small school. Read More

Short Story / Memoir

February 09, 2019

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Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Footsteps, yarns and little fibs House

Every now and again something new comes along touted to be a panacea, but it doesn't always happen. Read More

Short Story / Memoir

January 30, 2019

Taking visitors to see the sights can be risky. Read More
A common question: 'Did the people appreciate the assistance given?' Well here's one answer. Read More
A revised version of the story with a professionally done cover. Read More
Adekoya Adetunji a poet from Lagos Read More
In a time where it feels like there is little hope for South Africa-this will show South Africans like myself, even people from other nations, that South Africa is a proud and patriotic nation. Read More
One year after South Sudan became independent, I moved, by myself, to work on the compound of a children's home in Nimule, South Sudan. It was the hardest thing I had ever done, turning upside down how I thought of need in Africa. Read More
"You have become grandparents of a baby warthog!" The first message I sent to my parents. A little 600 grams baby warthog ended up in my lap a few days after arriving at a wildlife care center. Read More
*Why are blacks not wealthy* Excerpts from an interview with a Jewish leader about Blacks. INTERVIEWER: Why are blacks so behind Economically? JEWISH LEADER: The only thing blacks understand is Consumption. Blacks don't understand the importance of creating and building wealth.… Read More
In a continent where society is on the brink of extinction and the life expectancy in the police force is VERY short, only a MAD person will be willing enough to enforce the law. Read More
A mysterious man stalks the evening market, looking for the man who saved his life Read More
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