Onalethuso Petruss Ntema

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this morning


this morning
is a fountain
of lovers,

this morning
is a mountain
of matters,

this morning
is a duck tail
of others,

this morning
is one morning
of extremity,

this morning
is a morning
of mentality,

this morning
is yet a morning
of liability,

this morning
a day
it brings
forth,

this morning
a way
it strings
both,

this morning
a new
day
of the rising
sun,

this morning
a few
may
rise to the dancing
sun,

this morning
by noon
to the chasing
none,

this morning
in plateau
to the waving
sun

this morning
is yet a morning
than a mourning
one.

opn15032013/0453

p oem: 'this morning'
book: 'dry eyes'
year: march 2013
book no.3 of 2013

mambo music & poetry
opn group of co.(s)

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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face the world as you rise each morning to go beyond...

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