Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

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Jacques Sprenkie Mateya Poems

81. Rise Up, Wise Up And Shine 9/5/2011
82. Rolihlahla Nelson Mandela 6/20/2012
83. Snow Wedding In Jo'Burg 8/11/2012
84. So Small 9/5/2011
85. South African Government Has A Blood In Its Hands 9/2/2012
86. Teachers 9/7/2011
87. The Rise And Fall Of Anc 4/4/2012
88. To His Glory! 3/27/2012
89. University Of Limpopo 3/27/2012
90. Weakness In Me! 3/21/2012
91. What Every Man Must Know! 9/7/2011
92. What? … Indeed 4/1/2012
93. Where Ever You Are, Xholile Or Xholisile 4/2/2012
94. Whim Ambiguity; A Poem For Ntsiki 3/15/2012
95. Who Is This? 3/27/2012
96. Who Is Zeph Mothopeng? 8/11/2012
97. Who's Black? 9/5/2011
98. Why I Sought To Do It At This Point: Ntwane 8/11/2012
99. Women I 6/20/2012
100. Women Ii 6/25/2012
101. Women Iii: Emancipate Yourselves 8/5/2012
102. Women Iv. A Prise Poem For Women 9/5/2011
103. You Bewitched The World 4/1/2012
Best Poem of Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

Painful Road

It took a pain to travel
A road so long
Had to travel it
I am face with connivers! Death?

You should avoid such road
And be moderate with his life

When such conquers
One is rich with wishes
That eye tooth can bite the pain
And ease it

Uncomfortable presence
I love nothing more that everything
I am creeping in the body
Like thief in the night

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I am HIV the retrovirus
I am HIV the replicator
When I was born,
I was given a mission to replicate, then I replicate
I have my own ways of transmission
I like open wounds and blood to blood contact
I love sores and unsafe sex
When you help someone use cloves.

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