Poetry

November 24, 2016 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Jezza Neumann

Jezza Neumann

 

By

Kumbirai Kupfavira

 

 

Mother / Sexual Corruption

 

 

Enormity is in you

You hold the purity and beauty of the realm

You are warm and loving

Because that is expected of you

 

Light which glows and shines through your face and smile

When your children blow ferocity

You are always there to acknowledge

What it is they have done

 

Your akin is rare

Only now when you are no longer treasured

What has become of that you bore?

Not to protect you but to wage war

 

What will become of our tomorrow

My 12 year old

In you, still a child

Yet to be deflowered but yet being preyed by many

 

Who will nurture my tomorrow?

For today is fouled

Fullness to emptiness

A brother, father, uncle sees in me a wife

 

I ache for what has become of my own

My children vultures on me

Our child, our girl, our daughter

OUR MOTHER

 

It is all in her

The one which you have connived to saunter on

My 12 year old

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kumbirai Kupfavira 

Kumbirai F C Kupfavira is a field officer of one of the strongest and most remarkable artistic theatre and civil rights organizations. She completed her Honours degree in Film and Theatre Arts at Midlands State University and has since worked with the Midlands Arts and Cultural Festival. She is the current artistic/cultural, creative Artist Liaison for Protests Arts International in Zimbabwe. She also holds a certificate in Arts Management from the University of Zimbabwe and another in Food and Beverage Services from Phumelo Academy South Africa. She is passionate in sharing her thoughts and feelings through poetry in which she believes showcases the depth of what is prevailing around her and her inner self.

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