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Our Golden Girl Casper Semenya - Poem by Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

South African shining star that shines brighter than silver
Acquaintance of feat in annals of history.

The dusty streets of Moletji
Have seen your upcoming
The dusty roads of Limpopo knows you by heart
From those dusty streets that raised you to the world class fields of London
The world praises you today

You are brave like lion
And as fast as a springbok
Running like a parcel falling from heaven
Faster than leopard, beyond German apparatuses
Our golden girl, shining star that shines brighter than silver
A confrère of success in chronicles of our time.

You bought us gold in Berlin.
And in London you bought us silver
With you our country never come back empty handed
You are faster that the bullets
You left the world dumbfounded
When the world was mumbling!
And looking at you with eyes that can kill
We rallied behind you
Our golden girl, our shining stars that shine brighter silver
A colleague of victory in diaries.

You flew South African flag higher above the wind
South African shining star that shine brighter silver
Acquaintance of feat in annals of history.
Go! Casper Go! And well done Casper our golden girl.


Comments about Our Golden Girl Casper Semenya by Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

  • Bronze Star - 2,611 Points S.d. Tiwari (8/14/2012 11:55:00 PM)

    Well shined Casper Semenya and so well honoured her, by you. Nicely penned. (Report) Reply

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  • Gold Star - 8,817 Points Neela Nath Das (8/14/2012 1:18:00 PM)

    A nice tribute to sports star Casper.Wonderful wordings. Loved it. (Report) Reply

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Poems About London

  1. 301. Our Golden Girl Casper Semenya , Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  2. 302. This Is Your Captain Speaking , Matt Mooney
  3. 303. Ghosts Of Whitechapel , Maurice Rowlands
  4. 304. The Themes , William Cheesman
  5. 305. Farewell To London Bridge , May Doyle
  6. 306. Nonsense Droppings , Radhamani Sarma
  7. 307. London City You Claims Your Right , see fee lee
  8. 308. J'Adore The Underground , Lucia Domingos Fula
  9. 309. London School Of Economics (Aka L.S.E) , Nicolas GRENIER
  10. 310. Yet, She Is Still In His Mind , Toshie Nohara
  11. 311. In The Coolness Of London Winter , Eustace Dunn
  12. 312. The Lonely Path , OLAYEMI AYO
  13. 313. Faster Than A Speeding Bullet , Andrew Hamm
  14. 314. In London , Vida Nenadic
  15. 315. One Direction , 5 6A Swan Hill North Primary ..
  16. 316. Stop Writing Literature, You Garrulous I.. , T (no first name) Wignesan
  17. 317. Paris Regained , A. P. Herbert
  18. 318. The Streets Of London , Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken
  19. 319. Social Cognitive Theorty , rwetewrt erwtwer
  20. 320. Chicken Soup , Charlotte Peters Rock
  21. 321. Soldier, Soldier , Maurice Hewlett
  22. 322. London Bridge In A Stranger's Eye , Ratnakar Rout
  23. 323. Playing With Fire , Evie Shockley
  24. 324. The Road To Heaven , George Robert Sims
  25. 325. Can I Go Home Now , Lisa John
  26. 326. London Town , Art Box
  27. 327. A Moment , Susan Wood
  28. 328. Carolina Valery Alalykin , Yuri Starostin
  29. 329. Two Lovers In London , Mark (Owen) Williams
  30. 330. Wallace: Book Viii , Blind Hary
  31. 331. London Pride , John Rickell
  32. 332. By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1926] , Cicely Fox Smith
  33. 333. Lavender Pond , Cicely Fox Smith
  34. 334. In London Town , Walter Learned
  35. 335. London , Chris Tyrimos
  36. 336. London , seamus j carroll
  37. 337. The Little London Girl , Kate Greenaway
  38. 338. I Can'T Egg Inside This Feeling , Moses Samandar
  39. 339. He Wants To Go To London, Too , Vida Nenadic
  40. 340. Skid Marks , Alyssa Lynn
  41. 341. Driving Seat Of Knowledge - London Hackn.. , Cecelia GrantPeters
  42. 342. London (1957 - 2010) , Isam Hussain
  43. 343. My Beautiful Lady , Framarz Bagheri
  44. 344. The Highwaymen , Marilyn Shepperson
  45. 345. London Dawn , Ivor Gurney
  46. 346. The Death Of The Zeppelin , Anonymous British
  47. 347. Limerick: Once A Lady-In-Waiting In London , T (no first name) Wignesan
  48. 348. From Sligo To Glasgow Came Celtic , Daniel McDonagh
  49. 349. Let Others Move , A. P. Herbert
  50. 350. In Search Of Hercule Poirot , Deborah Eker
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