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“I am not the we of anyone.”
— J.M. Coetzee

Firebowl

Kalahari Bushman fires flowing

in the hollows of the desert

click all night

stick stuck upright

click

click

of starlight

bowstring

toes of the eland

thk thk the bug raindrops

tk tk tk the sandgrains

drinking.

Sssskla !

sparks of honey

arrowheads

we who dance

around the circle

around the circle

spoor him

find him

my arrow clicks to the thick thick

grunt of darkness

my arrow sings through fire

we who dance we find

the

fire

of the fire.

Sydney Clouts from his One Life published 1966 Cape Town: Purnell

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