K. Eltinaé is a Sudanese poet of Nubian descent. His work has appeared in the African American Review, Word Fountain, Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly, Jaffat El Aqlam, Sukoon, New Contrast, Poetry Potion, Solidago, Scintilla, Paperbark, TRACK//FOUR, Surrealist/Outsider Anthology (Thrice Press), the WAiF Project, NILVX, Ink in Thirds, The Elephants, Algebra of Owls, Sukoon, Illya’s Honey, Elsewhere, PCM, the Ofi Press, Poetic Diversity, Chanterelle’s Notebook, and Poetry Pages. More of his work can be found on Facebook.
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Ninety thousand men, women and childrendragged their dust to rivers,dams were never built for.
Under six cataractslie the bones of my ancestors.Under my bed is the c...