womb diaries by Bulumko ka Nyamezele

Bulumko ka Nyamezele | Nov 9th, 2011 | poetry | No Comments

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[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 we’re caught in deceit.

her heart Beats prompt a million tremors when she gives birth to the bastards that will learn how to call her Bitch and torch her for Being a witch when their indecisiveness and ill-actions turns their lives into a mess only She can clean.

she utters emotional floods with her eyes and her presence is god’s vessel for change, her breaths a divine epitome of the almighty’s existence…[/tab]
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