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Love Shackles by Fasaha Mshairi

| July 18th, 2014 | current issue, poetry | No Comments

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[tab id=1]She’s constantly praying for a day
When she will treat your heavy sketching on her chest
As gentle hands attempting to tickle her soul.
She’s learning to stop crying to your words.
She’s recalling her face.
She’s shooting at the mirror…
The mirror breaks her reflection.
Her reflection breaks away from the shattering mirror.
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[tab id=2]Fasaha Mshairi is a writer and performance poet at Afro Alphabets, Shindig Awe and Music Society University of Johannesburg and a Photographer at Inked Pupil.[/tab]

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