Chameleon Stereotypes, poetry written by Tinashe Muza at Spillwords.com
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Chameleon Stereotypes

Chameleon Stereotypes

written by: Tinashe Muza

@TinasheMuza7

 

I blend with the night, as I was born a knight
Invisible in plain sight like a shadow smiling in the dark
Self-defence you call it
More of ambush I see it
I endure your stabbing remarks
Lord! You have no idea, do you?
“Honk”, saved again by that old trick
Well next time I get to pick
Buzz Buzz you gallivant in the mouth of a caiman hybrid
Snap
Game over
Wasted
K.O.
You squeal in pain, but even curiosity killed a cat

Tinashe Muza

Tinashe Muza

Born in Harare, I grew up in Highfield with my aunt. Went to Sandringham High (2014-2017). Pursing my dream to study oncology, I find myself gallivanting in the world of poetry.
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