Unbroken by Sumaiya Vawda

Sumaiya Vawda | Mar 1st, 2018 | poetry | No Comments


I let the clouds collide;
crashing in silence
Shards float down
to become a kitten’s toy

I don’t clog the bleeding
of the children of Syria,
my body is not an oasis
to suffice Yemen

I shall tear you open
And once my inspection with benefit is had
I shall devour you

Don’t label me a surgeon or a cannibal;
only a pit with a soul
ready to leave the world

Poet Bio

Sumaiya Vawda is an 18-year-old student at the University of the Witwatersrand. When she’s not busy procrastinating on assignments, she may be found igniting necessary social discourse and pouring her feelings onto paper.

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