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Dust Returns to Dust by Name Mogapi

Name Mogapi | Nov 6th, 2020 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

In the beginning, was the Word
Silence has reigned ever since
My prayers tumble, stumble
Out like drunken hieroglyphs.
God is an archaeologist,
Did say I will return to dust.

“Don’t eat – fast.
Your body, My temple
Was made to crumble fast.”

Poet Bio

Name writes. If he could choose, he wouldn’t write. Alas, he writes.

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