Ndeipanda Aindongo Poems
|1.||Let Them Dream||1/4/2014|
|2.||Why I Write||1/21/2014|
|3.||Interred A Pessimist Freed An Optimist||1/26/2014|
|4.||Bright Walls In Dark Rooms||2/6/2014|
|5.||When No One Sang||2/12/2014|
|6.||Today I Planted An Apple Tree||5/3/2014|
|7.||This Selfless Self||5/6/2014|
|8.||Sleep Too Deep||8/2/2014|
|9.||Pain Fears You More.||7/9/2015|
|10.||Poverty: Some Homelss Whore||9/25/2012|
|13.||Ballad To The Queen Of My Heart||10/7/2012|
|15.||Dreams Inspired By Lezare Fo Today||2/8/2013|
|18.||I Out Of I||10/3/2015|
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I Out Of I
Find I. Buried in heaps of Gore
beneath once revered allegorical lore.
pull I. out of destitute wells, with pulleys of sinews
the length of which is the price for your serenity.
Discover I. A beautiful rubble,
raped by the passing of time with no hands.
Embrace I. your unknown origin
a forest altar you never gazed upon.
Release I. From this place of internment,
where I have waited for a thousand sunsets.
Celebrate I. To find worth in your hated existence
Find you in I, the point of your resurgence.
Memories are golden,
Yet some are best forgotten.
So I cried to the lord to free me from a mental Alcatraz,
See he's my rock and can't bear to see me in captivity on another Petra.
Serious as a heart attack, he bust my brain out of a solitary deceit cell
And now Satan's lies, wont dare ring a bell
After he took precedence in my life.
He taught me to positively deconstruct the bars
So the debris may fill up the cracks and fuse the scars.