Funeral Silks by Donatella du Plessis



Funeral Silks


One black rubbish bag

has been tied to the door of every flat

like funeral silks bedecking tombs

in a marbled necropolis

white.




Donatella du Plessis






Donatella du Plessis is a micropoet from Durban, South Africa. Her poetry has appeared in The Write Launch and Idle Ink. Twitter: @DrDonatellaDee Website: donatelladuplessis.wordpress.com

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