Six Feet Away.

By Peter Vasic.

No matter what your dwelling may be

Knowing the challenge that we face

Now is not the time and place

To roam close to one another.


Staying six feet away from each other

Sticking close to home

Staying with the family

The choice is ours to make


Now, supplies run low!

A trip to the grocery is unavoidable.

To choose an aisle very carefully is –

A new skill learned.


Within seconds,

A rather large congregation takes form

The six feet apart diminish out of sight

The six feet below are but waiting in line,


Contrary to the general populace,

The privileged ones, somewhat ignorant

Go against the new norm

They have no concept, of what six feet is


With them I can no longer remain,

With life I choose to retain.

Makes you wonder

What Covid thinks of us!


Glory be to God. The first issue of the Nalubaale Review Literary Magazine based in Uganda is here. This first issue, themed ‘The Love-Money Question’ is out. Congratulations and special thanks to our writers, poets and essayists.

Read our first issue here: THE NALUBAALE REVIEW ISSUE ONE

We have published stories and poems from all regions of Africa. The issue will not let you down. Delve in and read what these seasoned writers from across the African continent have to say about the Love-Money Question that has built, broken, rebuilt relationships and love across this new generation.


We also feature a guest writer, poet and Architect Ronald Sssekajja from Uganda talking about his writing journey.Ronald is a performance poet in Uganda, writer of the poetry anthology ” Echoes of Tired Men” and he talks about his forthcoming books.

Read too about our next issue, the theme and guidelines for submission and don’t miss exciting publishing opportunity herein. THE NALUBAALE REVIEW ISSUE ONE

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