n New Coin Poetry - Editor's notes
|Article Title||Editor's notes|
|© Publisher:||Institute for the Study of English in Africa (ISEA)|
|Journal||New Coin Poetry|
|Publication Date||Dec 2013|
Trees with strong roots, like figs and wild willows, hardly ever die from drought. When spring showers drizzle, these trees break the surface. Nature renews itself; it flushes out toxins and unwanted pests. Equally a poem, if it's sincere and innovative, has a long life beyond its creator, whether it's written by Mageza Pompini who lives under a bridge in the city centre, or by Mr Thomas whose name is accompanied by asterisks using a smart phone.
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