Tapiwa Zungunde


Picture that, i would never imagine being in these
neck of the woods
I was a jewel in a certain female's womb
I had the luck and grace of a classical
The gift of life, I never presume

She was devout, lavished me with her unwavering love
Even I could not select the genes that make me who I am
Simplistic and innocent as that dove
He was a leader and peaceful, the origin
of his name

The joys that await
The hope they have for their son, reborn

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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