nomusa promise ndimande

Rookie (14 july 1992 / marianhill)

My Angel - Poem by nomusa promise ndimande

I wonder who you would have grown to be. How you would have made a change in this world.
I didn't give you the opportunity to become a teacher a doctor or president. I was self-fish esho ekhala u mama.
Sometimes I can hear you laughing and see your little grin. Ooh you are so beautiful my little angel.
Reality is I will never feel your touch, see you grown into a gal or a boy.
The guilt of my decision hurt me so much. Now I live in regret, my heart bleed of the crime I've committed of taking your life.
Never got a chance to say goodbye, such a blessing from God that would have been so grate, I know I would have given birth to a treasure.
The life the was growing inside of me is gone; the feeling of you turning and kicking inside me is gone. Oh God what have I done? I thought it would be a solution to the problem, but turned to a nightmare'
I feel sadness and emptiness inside me knowing I can never regain that time.


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  • (5/15/2012 3:02:00 PM)


    The one thing I have learnt about us humans, it is that, for every sad and painful decision we take, they had already been a valid, reasonable and justifiable purpose of the doing, I am very proud of the message behind this powerful, thoug filled with sadness, the courage it took for you to share such grieve and regret deserves a benefit of no doubt, I RESPECT YOU WOMEN, the first poem of yours I read is this one, and I am sure there is more to come,
    Ndiyazithoba kuwe, kwaye ndiyabulela, yithathe eyam intlonipho ndiyinika wena yonke

    The_African_Son
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012



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