Niki Nicholas Nkuna

Rookie - 19 Points (1957/01/09 / BURGERSFORT (Leeufallei farm or Ga- Makwakwasi))

Niki Nicholas Nkuna Poems

41. Day Light Everyone Looks The Same * 9/2/2013
42. Dearest Ones * 1/28/2014
43. Death 4/16/2012
44. Deception 1/28/2014
45. Denied Wings 1/28/2014
46. Devil’s Urge * 10/18/2013
47. Dissipation Of The Candle Light 5/14/2013
48. Dreams 5/14/2013
49. Elephants Trampling On Ants 7/11/2012
50. End Of Evil Dance * 10/18/2013
51. Endless Opposites, Spice Of Life 3/28/2012
52. Equal In The Lead Of Need * 10/18/2013
53. Everything Is Everything 7/11/2012
54. Except Drawing Happiness From Without * 10/18/2013
55. Excitement * 1/28/2014
56. False Proclamation Of Love 2/10/2012
57. Farm Owner 1/28/2014
58. Fatherless Child 9/2/2013
59. Fear To Tread Before I Fail 9/2/2013
60. First Time Love 5/14/2013
61. Flash Of Love 12/18/2013
62. Flick Of Light 1 1/28/2014
63. Flick Of Light 2 1/28/2014
64. Friendship Gone Awry 3/15/2012
65. Give And Take 5/14/2013
66. Give And Take * 10/18/2013
67. Goading Of The Dumb 5/14/2013
68. God Is Playing A Game Of Dice With Humanity 2/10/2012
69. God Took A Vacation On Me 5/14/2013
70. Going In And Out Empty Handed 5/14/2013
71. Good And Bad Old Days 5/14/2013
72. Gossip 9/2/2013
73. Gossip * 10/18/2013
74. Graveyard Fait Accompli 1/28/2014
75. Hazy View 4/11/2012
76. Hope * 10/18/2013
77. Hope For A Miracle * 10/18/2013
78. I Am At The Mercy Of My Owner 7/6/2012
79. I Am Futureless Wherever I Am, Wherever I Go 2/10/2012
80. I Have Seen These People In New York, London, Johannesburg And Lagos In One Day * 10/18/2013
Best Poem of Niki Nicholas Nkuna

The Matriarch

The launch pad was high by the bravery of the matriarch
Certain about the arduous road she had taken
The only one that leads to the last mile
When the ululations would transcend the boundaries of Africa into the rest of the world

The Matriarch, by her own resolve she meant to take it to the hilt
No matter what happens,
How many obstacles she had to endue
She knew some of them would be thorns if not land mines and stepping stones
Some hills and valleys she had to traverse over would have kindness
She would have water to wet her throat and shade to rest with ...

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A Smile

I see the head of a vicious snake in the bubble of a smile,
I see the face of an angel in the bubble of a smile,
I see a chameleon changing its colour,
Slowly into black and then to red and vice versa,
I see a blanket tapestry on the playground,
Children jumping on it,
Into its varying colours, alternating,
Some colours are distasteful, others are sweet,

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