Irvin Relebogile

Veteran Poet - 1,434 Points (11-10-1998 / Polokwane)

Irvin Relebogile Poems

1. Love Not The Outward Me 7/23/2015
2. I Don'T Owe Anyone A Dime 8/1/2015
3. I 9/4/2015
4. It Was Just A Dream 10/9/2015
5. 'Tis A Poem Making No Sense 12/5/2015
6. A Dying Man's Song 1/13/2016
7. Goodness Within Everyone 2/1/2016
8. I Love You 2/3/2016
9. Yet I Consider Them Blessed 2/3/2016
10. Pray All Ye 2/28/2016
11. 21 Years Of...(To All The Youth) 3/21/2016
12. It Was All Gone 3/21/2016
13. Can I Love, , , ? 3/29/2016
14. Our Poor Gold Diggers 4/5/2016
15. After The Diagnosis 4/12/2016
16. A Headache 5/14/2016
17. Fornicating Minds 5/14/2016
18. Girls Of The 21st Centuary 5/14/2016
19. The End Times 5/14/2016
20. Hidden Talents 5/14/2016
21. Love 5/15/2016
22. No Love 5/15/2016
23. Messiah Is The Sun 5/15/2016
24. A Holy Marriege 5/15/2016
25. The Gates Of Heaven 5/15/2016
26. A Sinner's Prayer 5/15/2016
27. A Talk With God 5/24/2016
28. It Was Jesus 5/24/2016
29. The Walter Mitty Syndrom 5/29/2016
30. My Friend 6/6/2016
31. Love Beyond The Grave 6/6/2016
32. My Country S.A 6/6/2016
33. When We Were Black 6/6/2016
34. No More 6/6/2016
35. No More 2 (Do I Regard Thee...) 6/6/2016
36. The Cry Of Hector Pieterson (05 June 1976) 6/19/2016
37. An Orphan 6/19/2016
38. All Things Bad 6/19/2016
39. Secrets And Lies 6/19/2016
40. A Senior High's Feast 6/19/2016

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I Don'T Owe Anyone A Dime

I don't owe anyone a dime,
So why should i say and rhyme,
When you crave a someting nice,
So why should i well jump,
As if a car over a speed hump,
Why should you my joy throttle,
And feel as the fish in the bottle,
Why should your precense be cold,
When your self is strongly as bold,
And you triumph with both power,
When i'm wearried of you all hour,
So know you this dear my pal,
I am not one of your pearls,
I don't owe you a single thing,
I do not owe anyone a dime.

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We Are Dead

at first we reckon'd 'this is a necessary rhythm'
we were swindl'd of our mothers' breasts
and promised all sorts of shiny crests,
they push'd and pull'd us towards the system,
we were to spend twelve years in school,
and master there the science of obligation
regardless of the cost of the term's duration,
we humbl'd ourselves and engulf'd the capsule,
little did we know, if we knew anything at all,

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