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Butterfly Burning by Mapule Mohulatsi

18 July 2014 current issue, poetry Comments Off on Butterfly Burning by Mapule Mohulatsi
I am a butterfly burning.
My wings are strangely stitched, tattered at the corners and hard to breathe
My weight is of a flying feather fluttering to be painted in landscapes.
Burning,
Wounded.
A butterfly burning in the bloodied heat of a collectors bloodied feet.
My wings are stitched to satanic
Mapule Mohulatsi is a writer, teacher, performance poet, daughter and a Zenith Concubine.

 

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