Lee John Siebritz

Rookie (12 March 1985 / Cape Town)

Lee John Siebritz Poems

1. The Perfect Day For An Uprising 9/21/2005
2. The Drowned City 9/21/2005
3. First Impressions 9/21/2005
4. Blue 9/21/2005
5. Brazil (Aux Existe Amor) 9/21/2005
6. Watching The Hours Pass By 9/21/2005
7. Chameleon 9/26/2005
8. My Journey To The Unknown 9/21/2005
9. Angels 9/5/2006
10. Africa 9/5/2006
11. A Long Winding Road 9/5/2006
12. Inspiration 9/5/2006
13. Dreams 9/6/2006
14. Everything Fades Away 9/6/2006
15. Butterfly 9/6/2006
16. Friends 9/6/2006
17. Fly Away 9/6/2006
18. Remembering You 1/8/2008
19. There For Me 1/9/2008
20. Storms 1/9/2008
21. Crazy About You 9/5/2006
22. Christmas Tree 9/5/2006
23. Thank You 1/9/2008
24. A Smile To Remember 1/10/2008
25. Soundtrack Of Our Lives 1/14/2008
26. The Heavens 1/15/2008
27. Changes 1/15/2008
28. The Secret 1/15/2008
29. South Africa: A Place Of Death 7/1/2008
30. A Mother’s Prayer 9/22/2008
31. Still… I Remember 9/22/2008
32. The River Cries 9/25/2008
33. Looking Back: Journey To The Past 1/10/2008
34. Long Winding Road 9/5/2006
35. A Journey From Cape Town To The Cape Flats 9/21/2005
36. Peaches And Cream 9/21/2005
37. Quiet Waters 9/29/2008
38. Leaving Home 9/21/2005
39. Preparing Dinner 9/21/2005
40. Swimming In The Sea 9/21/2005

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Music

Music is a gift of life

To listen to music and feel the tough

For some it is inspirational and others to much

Music can move an individual in a certain way

Especially if a close friend or artist as passed away

It can make you happy when you feel down or mad

We all have our idols

Young and old

There music is inspiring and the word stands out bold

We all love different flavours of music

Whether it is Classical, Rock, R&B or Hip-Hop

I Believe that the music carries a message

And we as people derive a small part...

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The Drowned City

She once bore fruit of exquisite taste
Lemons, apples and bananas
Were eaten by sailors who came by
Her fruits bore life

The trees that she had
Sheltered the citizens from the sun
Now it is gone!
She will be no more

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