Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

Rookie - 85 Points (September / Dennilton)

Jacques Sprenkie Mateya Poems

1. Because Of Because 8/14/2011
2. African Daughter I 8/15/2011
3. A Death Certificate With My Name On It 8/15/2011
4. Replicator! 8/18/2011
5. Cry My Beloved South Africa 8/18/2011
6. Matters Of Love 8/23/2011
7. I Left Without Saying Bye 8/27/2011
8. I Am Imprefect Individual 8/14/2011
9. Home Even When I Am Away From Home. 9/5/2011
10. Who's Black? 9/5/2011
11. Rise Up, Wise Up And Shine 9/5/2011
12. A Poem For Her 9/11/2011
13. Hello September! 9/14/2011
14. Death Our Enemy For Daniel Mokwana! ! ! 10/8/2011
15. For My Prospective Wife. 10/13/2011
16. Whim Ambiguity; A Poem For Ntsiki 3/15/2012
17. It's A Strange Familiar And Unfamiliar Strange 3/15/2012
18. Weakness In Me! 3/21/2012
19. Poetic, Problematic And Basic 3/22/2012
20. A Spirit Of Poetry! 9/5/2011
21. So Small 9/5/2011
22. What Every Man Must Know! 9/7/2011
23. His Will! ! ! 3/24/2012
24. To His Glory! 3/27/2012
25. Who Is This? 3/27/2012
26. He Is A Devil! Yes, He Is One 3/30/2012
27. It's A Brand New Day 4/1/2012
28. You Bewitched The World 4/1/2012
29. Dear Lucky Makitla 4/1/2012
30. A Sour Day 4/1/2012
31. What? … Indeed 4/1/2012
32. My Shoes 4/2/2012
33. I Am Elandsdoorn Theater! 4/1/2012
34. Candles Light: This Is The Time 4/2/2012
35. I Was Only 27 On 27th 4/2/2012
36. Assassin Of Love 4/2/2012
37. 2 Prince, Another One I Wrote 4/2/2012
38. For Vusi Masilela: With Nicholas Jiyane 4/2/2012
39. Where Ever You Are, Xholile Or Xholisile 4/2/2012
40. The Rise And Fall Of Everything 4/4/2012
Best Poem of Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

A Colonized Mind Of Africa

Don't call my Africa a moron!
After stealing its means
Poisoning its food
Larcenous its resources,
And made it to look poor, like a church mouse
My African? Your mind is still colonized even today!

Africa you are now monotonous
With fake accent of colonization
Look! What colonization have done to your bright thoughts
I didn't know that it will last during your lifetime.
'Africa your mind is still colonized even today'

You use to have sharp shooter mind
You where In depth and independent
And now you are forever broke and in debt
You are ...

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A Poem For Don Mattera

In delightful rest
I wish to talk
Don’t wish to irritate you
You summoned, I bound
Its wake up call

Finally Africa is back
I have seen injustice broken chains
Parallelized and disable immortality

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