Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Necrophiliacs by Danijela Trajković

Enjoy, necrophiliacs,
you horny bastards,
relish, you slaves of death,
the remains of my body!

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

My heart pours a color
on his palette!
His fingers caress my hair
before he puts it in
the depthless passion
and leaves the hairs
in the paintings -
making our love cosmic!
My lungs breathe the scent
of his atelier,
my soul makes love to his
while he throws colors,
unconscious, that he is the murderer.

Wallow, you bloody dogs,
in the filthiness of death!

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

About Danijela Trajković:

Danijela Trajković is a Serbian poet, short story writer, reviewer and translator. She holds an MA in English language and literature from the University of Philosophy in Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia. Her work has been published worldwide in journals, newspapers and anthologies. The most recent in World Poetry
Almanac, edited by Dr Hadaa Sendoo and Balkan Poetry Today, edited by Tom Phillips. Danijela’s first book ‘22 Wagons’, selected Anglophone contemporary poetry was published in 2018 by Istok Academia, Knjaževac.

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