Nkululeko Mdudu

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Nkululeko Gilbert Mdudu is a goat herder who grew up in the villege of Shiloh near Queenstown in the Eastern Cape. He was largely influenced by his grandfather, Simon Gilbert Mdudu who; along with his wife Beatrice Mdudu my grandma and the magic of the legendary true stories of their lives have shaped me. I am mad about my culture'and the world i ...
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! ! ! -My Love Has Loved You Best~! ! !
I knew what you did to me,
But I didn't know why;
So I labelled It Love,
And I let It lie...
! ! ! Does Black Ink Ever Turn Grey?
When this head
of black strings turns grey
When this spring
September turns to chilly May
$! Who Said.....
Who said........This is poetry?
Who said........That the words are free?
Who said........This is you and me, not us or we?
! @~zihla Ngamqala Mnye~~
Inkomo kabawo
Yalalis' uphondo!
Umelusi wayo
``~an October
And though I write these saddened words
On the white sheets of forest abhorition
Owing their malice to both industrial
And to aboriginal organisations of destruction


Md Zuhair 22 February 2012
good thnking............and rythm
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Refilwe Ranape 18 August 2008
this is a very compulsory expression, it's strange how we never think or compare a bicycle with life, and yet we own, ride, see this commodity everyday...well thought! ! ! ! ! ! 10+
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