Decolonizing by Moses Abukutsa

Decolonizing by Moses Abukutsa

poignant September

brains out of skulls

bones out of flesh

before guns and grenades

on the counters of a shopping mall

 

Bullets declothing priests

bullets mid-wifing  wombs

death and its angel disenchanting

roam in a capital under siege

In the name of decolonizing the kafirs.

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Photocredit: Oluwatomilola Boyinde

About The Poet

Moses Abukutsa is an English Literature graduate currently teaching at a High School in  Kenya. He is  32  years old and  has  a  passion for writing. He has published a short story in Kikwetu Literary journal  for East Africa and is currently working on another Short story.

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