Tallie Pascoe

Rookie (03/02/1988 / Westminster)

Tallie Pascoe Poems

41. Onlooker 2/22/2009
42. Uniquity Blah 3/7/2009
43. Idolatry 3/8/2009
44. This Kind Of Hate 3/17/2009
45. Blame 3/17/2009
46. Thirteen Year Old Burnouot 3/17/2009
47. Emma's Room 4/7/2009
48. Confession 6/1/2009
49. In Honesty 6/1/2009
50. Lament Of The Cookies 4/7/2009
51. Xhosa 2/12/2009

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Xhosa

Your tribe removes
the top third
of your womens little finger
when they are born

I do not believe in your spirits
In your fears of haunting

You stood in that carpark.
I would never have noticed you.
How long had you watched me?

How long had you watched me?
The girl in a black coat
smoking
by the third entrance

Your tribe removes
the top third
of your womens little finger
when they are born

You were out of your territory
Xhosa.

As I was out of mine.

I did not believe in your spirits ...

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The Minstrel

Mournful minstrel strums his sweet lyre
A mindful of magic and war and desire,
Starts a bitter tale to the haunting noise
That brings a chill to the heart and darkness to joys.
He sings of a monster out in the night
Feeding off joy and swallowing light
Wishing to make the mortal world dark
Dask and as tarred as the stone of her heart.
This monster, an angel once, so they claim.

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