Te Herenga Waka University Press
They saw things in me I wanted to see in myself
that’s why I let them see me that’s why I let them see me
on certain nights in certain lights when the planets
lined up like a string of pearls in the sky and the moon
was the correct hue.
Rangikura is the fiery second collection by Tayi Tibble.
These poems live in the space between the end of the world and a new day. They ask us to think about our relationship to desire and exploitation. They are both nostalgic for, and exhausted by, the pursuit of an endless summer.