Mastering this split image is the role which photographers of African origin have assigned themselves, sometimes against their better judgement, in order to avoid misunderstandings.
In the dark dawn glow / of a dying night / growing visible / a slight movement of a hand / gripping the image of a ram / dying under a lion’s claw
I have left / and nosed my shuttle down / to the height of a foaming prairy / [my zoom like a noose around my neck] / from far I looked over the infinite rim / deep into the land’s seething pool / like foreign explorers before…
I have travelled [on a train / a whistling ship a rocket] / I have visited the earth / [a planet full of sawdust just like the moon] / and I divided the animals into species / the way I saw it…
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