Brother from the West

A poetic appeal by Frelimo (Mozambique Liberation Front) for support in its liberation struggle, 1973. Brother from the West (How can we explain that you are our brother?) the world does not end at the threshold of your house nor at the stream which marks the border of your country nor in the sea in... Continue Reading →

On borders: Dot and Dash

Between your people and my people there is a dot and a dash: the dash says you can't pass, the dot says the road is closed. And like that, between all the peoples: dot dash dot dash. With so many dots and dashes, the map is a telegram. ¬†Walking about the world one sees rivers... Continue Reading →

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