philemon kgatla

Hidden Death - Poem by philemon kgatla

Sneaking from far unknown destination
coming flying like a crook lying,
penetrating and savaging the core portion of survival
You remain vibrant though you brings violent to my nation,
slaying them every moment, still we don't know whether you are from west of east.

Being cruel as the huge beast, sucking and splitting innocent blood,
young and old become your victim.
Still away the excitement of the weekend,
you make us peep within the box the we weep.
Hiv and Aids you are the enemy,
ever ready to dissolve our energy

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 3, 2008

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