Wounds & Wings by Bilkis Moola

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Wounds & Wings is a collection of poetry that charts the transformation of a wounded woman as she heals and begins to find her wings, after the end of an abusive marriage.

When abused woman the world over reach a juncture, and a decision is made to abandon abuse, each woman is made to carve her path to salvation. Bilkis does this sublimely in Wounds & Wings, a transfixing recounting from discomfiture to triumph. It permits the reader admittance to recovery and happiness.

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Wounds & Wings is a collection of poetry that charts the transformation of a wounded woman as she heals and begins to find her wings, after the end of an abusive marriage.

When abused woman the world over reach a juncture, and a decision is made to abandon abuse, each woman is made to carve her path to salvation. Bilkis does this sublimely in Wounds & Wings, a transfixing recounting from discomfiture to triumph. It permits the reader admittance to recovery and happiness.

Bilkis takes her readers with her on a journey of recuperation, from Caterpillar, to Chrysalis, to Butterfly.

About the Author:

Bilkis Moola is an Educator who works as a Head of Department in Languages at a school in Vukuzakhe, a township located in Volksrust, Mpumalanga province, South Africa. Her first anthology of poetry Wounds & Wings evolved as an introspective quest for recovery from her personal narrative of an abusive relationship. Bilkis presently divides her time between professional responsibilities and post-graduate studies in Education.

Recommendation:

‘Bilkis Moola’s words and style of writing transports one to a bygone era of classic tomanticism, evoking imagery which is at moments partly tinged with melancholic longing and at other times bold and resolute with conviction’

Dr Lubna Nadvi, feminist, writer, academic chairperson of the Advice Desk for the Abused

Bilkis Moola
978-0-620586-37-5
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