tsholofelo phakathi


death


death

who is your mum?
who is your dad?
where were you born?
why are you doing this?
why do you take away the people we love so much?
why do you leave people as ophans?
why do you take away the true leaders?
what colour are you? (i think it's black)
what poems do you like? (i hope it's death)

death
you are so painful.........
death
you are something that does not care........
each and every day 'death' has taken away people,
death
were ever you are,
whatever you are doing you must always know that igama lakho lingcolile..ngenxa yemisebenzi yakho emibi.....

death
death
d-destroy
e-end lives
a-and
t-take away people in their
h-homes

2sholo4elo da poet

Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Topic(s): death


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