Onalethuso Petruss Ntema

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beyond the soul


beyond the soul

my mind snails beyond the soul
like a soul over the seeds of life,
my soul calms beyond the jaw
like emotions of an innocent child,
my thoughts dwell beyond the law
of gravity, walks in the wild,
my body dies beyond the sore
like a hidden toe to the blind,
my tree falls over the shadow
like mantle from the core as i explore,
my life greens over desert vines
like an ancient traveler’s horse,
my heart lightens its soul
to a path like moonlight over skies beyond the soul.

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poem: 'beyond the soul'
book: 'soul seeds'
year: june 2013
book no.6 of 2013


copyright: mambomusic+poetry_bw

Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, June 24, 2013

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there is no ending to life than death of the physical mind, howsoever that be, the soul snails beyond expectations of the self to its own destiny.

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