sealing for silence by Diliza L Madikiza

Diliza L Madikiza | Jun 18th, 2012 | poetry | No Comments

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[tab id=1]Sealing for silence
The bones are rumbling inside dark chambers
Residing in shelters you cannot see
Itching to mouth off misdemeanours of the past
But skeletons cannot be fleshed out to tell truths
So dark cabinets must be tightly sealed
And concealed by what law which has a license to seal? [/tab]
[tab id=2]Diliza L Madikiza lives in Johannesburg and writes for various South African literary journals.  He holds a journalism degree from Rhodes University and a Masters degree in International Communication.  He is currently working on a poetry collection.



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