by Dacious Kasoka
How I yearn for Jerusalem that "Beulah Land" spick-and-span, of the days that never smooch the dark, of the sugariness taste of the life-bearing berries. I watch from my window pane; the nearness of the wild blue yonder, as nights die and morning tides wither away.
Dacious Kasoka, also known as “Loner Pen”, loves reading and writing, both poetry and prose. He started his writing journey at the age of 17 during his eleventh grad. Ever since, he has written short stories and poems exploring diverse themes including love, friendship, death, art, and science, among others. His works have appeared in magazines such as Williwash Magazine and Africa Space Writers Magazine. He is the co-national leader for Arthut Zambia Mesh, a community of poets, writers, story tellers and creatives. He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Economics at Kwame Nkrumah University in Kabwe, Zambia.