Oratile Diratsagae

Bronze Star - 2,158 Points (1997/07/11 / Rusternburg)

Mandela' Country - Poem by Oratile Diratsagae

It is the Universe derelict and deserted
It stands upon its toes
quirks and drifts
I'd tell it to go to heaven
It is my one noted beauty
Soaring the plumed sky
with agrestal heroism
and i'd find a body of water
to quench my thirst
With tagmemics
that suddenly drifts and shimmers

And a mirror
on which to prove your crippled reflections
Like gaggles of pumice and shine
flying and flying

So shawl up chagrin
of personal interest in a labyrinth
As a booming watery carnal
and natural breathes
and steep decline it down

the fountainhead
In the lasting and never-ceasing sunset,
World's rosy crimson Sun goes drifting
and rolling into that everything of creation
inverted in disarray
Existing alone with its sweet nature
whither sinistral is unceasingly right

I see you through the rain
Trotting lights to the shades
where the penumbras are the anatomy
without a doubt
Partly illegal tenant
half homesteaders
Just underneath

The brow of our pink scars
where we sleep outside warmth all night

The humongous well-lit crate
has shredded on high
where the flying heavens are deep

As the sea beneath
the aquatic animals breathes

Topic(s) of this poem: country

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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