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silence the monuments by Be Nyamezele

we'd scream and rebel as blood flooded our minds and young girls would hide in shame as reality seethed from their cores. bitumen memorised grief and the buildings that protrude these city streets recorded every secret desecrated through shameful whispers....

womb diaries by Bulumko ka Nyamezele

[tabs tab1="Poem" tab2="Poet Bio"] [tab id=1]She says It’s easier for liars to say the truth hurts than for them to speak it. She says tear jerkin’ conversations are easier to conceive than the white flag confessions that come only when...

LOV3 ON by Bulumko Filadesto Jacobs-kaNyamezele (featured)

Out of bullets, tears and blood shed I construct sense, my sense tenements are gentrified to make space for diplaced benefits and morals, misplaced by pens, a warrior's fist is an open hand asking for change, crumbs and overstanding. March...