Sipho Khumalo

Rookie (1987 November 25 / Johannesburg)

When ever i speak my mind.


When i speak i mind i feel the power in my breathing rythm.
With fellowship i speak as a child and my words rythm charm.
Whenever i explore i glide with decency to my flow i roll.
I present myself with a touching wink and a wonderful smile.

I respect people's rides cause they use them as their pride.
Though i use to say money dertemines pride but i realised,
that the pride living in me has deceased and left marvelous kindness.
Poetry is stalking me it campaings for everyday painful guiltiness.

Cause of today i will conquer pride and hatred in my palace.
I will honour my enermy eyes cause they will see me when i rise.
Black is dark but i will respond to calling that define places.
Whenever i speak my mind i speak love and peace in our land.

Submitted: Friday, September 11, 2009

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  • Rookie Jayram Daya (9/15/2009 2:11:00 AM)

    Whenever I speak my mind I speak love and peace in our land.
    Our land is duty bound. The last line inspires me to support your poem. Our land is great. I liked the write. (Report) Reply

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