Sand Castles by Aaishah Mayet

Aaishah Mayet | Mar 9th, 2019 | poetry | No Comments


A deep rage bristles across decades
A Rancid
Monument to injustice

Forgiveness dwells in sand castles
Held in contempt
On the shores
Of toxic seas
To the corroded

As the voices of innocents
Are muffled
In the ether of niceties

And the minds of innocents
Are tormented
By the prod of an unshakeable offense
Under its unrelenting legacy

Arrest them
Arrest them all
Accountability and fitting retribution
Are ingredients of redemption
Of a Peace and Justice:

Poet Bio

Aaishah Mayet was born and bred in the City of Gold, Johanesburg, South Africa. She currently works in the Healthcare sector which, for her, has bridged the frontiers of our shared human experience. As a self-confessed bibliophile of many years, literature remains, at once, her teacher and her sanctuary. Her works include Haiku published in the Lotosblute, as well as:

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