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26 April
2017
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Something unhinges,

loosens,

falls,

rattling across the floor

of my mind;

a rusting screw

scuttling

like an echo

in a hallway

tingling,

ringing

metal cold

against nerves

that try to hold

together

what is no longer

Whole.

Fungai Machirori

Fungai sees the world in words, verses and images. To translate this into a larger reality, she writes and takes photographs. Her poetry has been published in various anthologies including ‘Sunflowers In Your Eyes: Four Zimbabwean Poets’ published in 2010.



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