KwaNdebele Science School


KwaNdebele Science School Poems

1. I Am A Moving Force 10/4/2013
2. I Thought You Did... 10/4/2013
3. The Broken Frame 10/4/2013
4. The Unknowne Love 10/4/2013
5. Is It About Feelings? 10/4/2013
6. Why Did I Born? 10/4/2013
7. My Thoughts 10/3/2013
8. Orphans Prayer 10/4/2013
9. A War Zone Couple 10/14/2013
10. The Reason Why I Call Your Name So Much 10/14/2013
11. Are We The Women We Ought To Be? 10/14/2013
12. A New Day 10/14/2013
13. After Dark 10/14/2013
14. Ubusuku Nemini Abufani! 10/3/2013
15. Desiree De Busrry 10/14/2013
16. Who I Am 10/14/2013
17. Africa 10/14/2013
18. I Adore You 10/14/2013
19. The Fear Lies In The Dark 10/15/2013
20. The Greatest Gift 10/15/2013
21. My Peers 10/15/2013
22. A Peace Of My Heart With A Touch Of Music 10/15/2013
23. I Promise 10/15/2013
24. Kuyoze Kubenini 10/18/2013
25. Ipilo 10/18/2013
26. A Christan Life 10/18/2013
27. What He Said 10/14/2013
28. Love 10/29/2013
29. Promise Unkept 10/29/2013
30. When Love And Hate Collides 10/29/2013
31. You 11/16/2013
32. It Was War 11/16/2013
33. Then I Met You 11/16/2013
34. To My Mother 2/8/2014
35. The Love I Know You Need 11/16/2013
36. Teenage Pregnancy 10/29/2013
37. Love Is A War 10/14/2013
38. My Dad 10/4/2013
39. Too Many Wasted Nights 10/29/2013
40. I Am An Original 11/26/2013
Best Poem of KwaNdebele Science School

My Black Is Beautiful

Yes, I'm black, darker than most,
But in my blackness I boast.
Boasting of my own? No!
But boasting of the quality
Which He: my God gave me!

From the curvature of my hips
To the thickness of my thighs,
Yes; even down to my big brown eyes?
He made my black beautiful!
And for the first time in a long
Time, I'm loving me and mine.

Come to the truth, should have
Known it from my youth,
But now that I know my
Black is beautiful,
You cannot use me, mistreat
Or abuse me.

It is no longer a allusion but
I have come to the ...

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The Broken Frame

Windows where opened;
I saw a round pan,
From a distance it
Looked like it.
Up-close, it was a shadow
Of a frame moved by the wind,
From the opened windows.
On the floor, smashed!
Glasses all over the place.

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