Mthoko Mpofana

(10 Feb 1989 / Port Shepstone)

Bitterheid


Daar kan geen groter misdaad aan 'n medemens as om hom weg te gooi asof hy buitelandse is
Onteiening iemand wat hou van jy soos hulle vullis is
Skeiding van jouself en om te gaan jou eie hoogmoedig manier asof jy vergeet dat mense wat lief vir jou bestaan
'n Afgesaagde 'koue, leë gevoel' vul 'n mens se kern waneer jy vaar hulle asof hulle niks nie
Nee, weier om te laat gaan ek sê
Eis 'n verduidlikings en 'n verskoning, indien nodig, terugbetaling vir die oortreding
Omdat jou hart sal hard wees
Jy sal ongelukkig wees as die een wat jou seergemaak het onwetend loop
En op 'n rustige nag, sal jy voel soos die enigste opsie is om wraak te neem
Dan is dit te laat vir enige verskoning

Submitted: Friday, May 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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