Phineas Molale

Rookie - 137 Points (1986-28-05 / Soweto-White City)

Phineas Molale Poems

1. Leave Me To Cry! 12/29/2011
2. A Men Without Vision 12/29/2011
3. Hunger For The Least! 12/29/2011
4. My Time With You 12/30/2011
5. Love Was Made For You And Me! 4/6/2012
6. A Short Description Of Life According To Me! 5/6/2012
7. A Light Without Reflection! 8/31/2012
8. A Way Of Assurance 1/1/2013
9. I'M Used To Keeping Things To Myself 2/2/2014
10. Talk To Me! 2/25/2014
11. A Short Riddle For You 6/9/2014
12. It's Good To Die 7/1/2014
13. I Still Have A Heart 6/2/2015
14. Base 6/7/2015
15. Promise Ring 8/19/2015
16. I Learn 12/24/2015
17. Send Me For The Worst 1/12/2012
18. Behind Your Back, There's A Door! 1/22/2012
19. I'Ll Be Back! 1/3/2012
20. She's Nothing To Me! 1/9/2012
21. Love Is Dead 3/29/2013
22. Spaces 5/6/2015
23. Purpose For Living 12/15/2012
24. ​ When Her Love For You Is Over 2/2/2017
25. I'M Not Sure 10/6/2013
26. My Father Is A Man 6/11/2013
27. The Sun Will Rise Tomorrow Morning 2/28/2012

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Best Poem of Phineas Molale

The Sun Will Rise Tomorrow Morning

It happens all the time
Still we never get used to it
It comes and steals without announcing
Leaves hearts broken
Brings grieve, and leaves faces mourning
The sun will rise tomorrow morning
It will glow bright in your heart and your pain of the past and present erased from your heart and mind

The sun will rise tomorrow morning
Darkness will fade and light will bring a smile on your face
And your memories of the past pains will be hard to trace
For in your heart no pain still remains
The sun will rise tomorrow morning

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A Men Without Vision

He so blind falls repeatedly without realising
He so curious for success but reaches no destiny
He so filled with empathy but loses track of needs
He so blessed but sees no use of it all
He so motivated but makes no move
A thirsty men associated with immature men
A men blessed with all but puts none to practice
A men to honour but remains with no honours

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