Nkululeko Mdudu
Queenstown/ South Africa
Thursday, October 23, 2008

``~an October Comments

Rating: 2.7
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


Nkululeko Mdudu
ata khan 17 March 2009
Very touching and meaningful bravo 10/10
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Sicelo Sithole 17 March 2009
A Great poem indeed, very inspiring, regards, sicelo.
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Kurt Behle 17 March 2009
Great shot my brother, your poem touch me. Most Some of people have gone to that feeling but never showd, to me thats perfect personification. Good luck on your next one.
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I get hurt as I read cause it reminds me of how I'm feeling right now. it is as though evryone is stepping on me without even noticing. like an ant or a little crawling insect thats how I feel. very small. so as I read this beautiful thats heart pouring I wonder and yet again I smile as our ALMIGHTY is forever on our side never will let us fall. so we must Believe and Trust in HIM at all times.
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Mark Nwagwu 23 October 2008
you're a tree, Nkululeko, a vine; you're not cut, you're being PRUNED, to yield buxom grapes of mirthful wine in your tomorrows of glorious Octoberfests.
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Lawrence Beck 23 October 2008
This is a very nice poem. I enjoyed it. Larry
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