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THOMAS TEMBO

(23/12/95 / Harare)

Arise And Participate


This is the situation
Something i have to
Mention about
Participation

Let it be an emotion
Not intimidation
For everything needs
Actin even
Innovation requires
Motivation

Arise and Participate
Like water which can
Precipitate
Though you fail to
Cogitate

Teachers will expagorate,
Invigorate and educate
You not to exaggerate on
Your ability

Participate we must all
For the same air we do
Inhale

No more Stigma
No more Trauma
But like Flora
And Fauna Lets
Unite and
Encompass
Each
Other

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Ihave writen this poem from an inspirational point of view.Some may s ee it as a direct talk but to me it is a poem to every person to know that every one must take part irregaredless of gender or disability for it does not mean in ability.

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