novoti gcisakazi Calpurnia jiya

(16 April 1994 / Taleni)

Why are you hurting me


You love me but i'm crying
You caring but i'm broken
You kind but i can't find your kindness.

Uhambo lwakho liwuvukuzile umphefumlo wam
Awukwazanga lumela uthando lwethu
Yhini ukundonakalisa emphefumlweni mntwanomntu
Awuzange undicinge
Awuzange ukhathale ngendlela endiziva ngayo
Hamba
Kodwa uyazi ukuba uwonakalisile umphefumlo wam.

Ibinga ndingasitsho osofelweyo
Ibinga ndingasela kude kuphelingcinga
Undonzakalisile
Andiyonto yanto
Andizange ndaxheleka umphefumlo ngoluhlobo
Ndibamba ngazibini kuwe mfana
Ngokuthi undophule umphemfulo ngalendlela
I wish you nothing but the best.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, January 02, 2013
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