Treasure Island

Onalethuso Petruss Ntema

(27/02/1985 / Maun, Botswana)

Come Forth

'Come forth, and bring
with yours a heart of divine
Love when life entangles,
Like seekers of the truth in their dream
With laws of the natural blind
When nurtured with energy in bundles,
Grow to live your time
than impress the power of lifelessness
Without reason, as life dangles
A sense of joy for tears that bring
The commons-elite, the jargons emit
The power of life in its human,
And yields
The righteous means
to the birth of this
Yawn at an arrow mind,
Come forth, and rise
as taller as palm leaves that climb
Far over yonder, but stemmed
To blend a friendship of thought than curved
Memories of backwardness, as you come forth
let life be wise
and rise
to the art on your shoulder'


Onalethuso Petruss NTema

Submitted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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An inspirational piece that stands to elevate a weakened heart and soul with hope, passion and regard to life's gift to live and give as we do, in all forms of interaction that diffuses from all life situations and circumstances, come forth!

Onalethuso Petruss NTema

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