Biography of Pius Khisa
Pius Khisa is a poet and a writer.
Pius Khisa Poems
How can I sleep Sweetheart If all night I weep My heart is hurt
Then, in a world so dark, Each time life, Hummed deadening threats, And I, wrapped in despair:
In the heart of darkness, On our transit to Canaan: Our star disappeared, So we got stuck-
Naked Woman Dances.
I've learned to wear, Things that leave my things bare, So men can see: Salivate and die to feel- at a fee,
Down slow, son, Today: Roaming like a stray dog, Is no good.
Book Of Love.
None can peruse Through the sacred pages therein: On which millions of secrets are tucked; On which nouns of men are jotted- with fountain
If We Die Young.
Without us Now... Void and empty is: The world
Wills Of A Dying Heart.
Take me with you Whenever you leave for wherever Alone will catch flu And wither long before you realize diva.
Unearthing you From the clay of religious bondage To demystify the barren belief; And down you to me
A warm breeze- of peace, whirls by It lulls the souls therein, busied by nation building A haven indeed to kill a boring day! Its flourishing beauty, like Konza's, is endearing
A warm breeze- of peace, whirls by
It lulls the souls therein, busied by nation building
A haven indeed to kill a boring day!
Its flourishing beauty, like Konza's, is endearing
Therein great talents are sired and nurtured.