Treasure Island

Zolani Nkomo

(15/06/1995 / Johannesburg, South Africa)

August


Ok, Ok I know it�s not Autumn
but you know how leaves fall from trees, when it�s that time

Today I cried because a loved one had passed

This Symbolises a new beginning because of a sad ending

Just like when snakes shed their skin

They know for something to begin something has to end

It�s just the course if life,
how things work

Let�s Move On, Gracefully

Acknowledge What You�ve Lost, Cherish What You Have.

Acceptance and Understanding Put You In a Great Position

After Reading This, You�re now at Vantage Point
What an advantageous place to be. What a great Place To Find Yourself


New beginnings require sad endings - Zolani Tshemega Nkomo I

Find Yourself

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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  • Pheko Motaung (11/9/2013 7:29:00 PM)

    a great poem about loss and inspiration.I for my part am inspired and deeply encouraged by your thought provoking lyricism (Report) Reply

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