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Nkululeko Mdudu
Queenstown/ South Africa
Wednesday, August 28, 2019

! : To Whom It May Consern: !

Rating: 5.0
To whom it may concern:

This is a message
from an African Boy.
Least among the giants
and warriors of old.
A lost sheep in the
red sands of the Karoo desert.
Probably even a:
Khoi-San-African
reed shaken by the
winds and tides,
of our still
largely dark continent.

I Know who I am.

I Yam what I Am.

I Write what I like.

I see you now, my other.
Son of my mother: Earth.
I see my Sister and Brother.

I see their commerce as day,
After suffering lonely night
Now reborn as Brand: New-Dawn

I am the greater
Both in spirit and patience
In truth I have prevailed

Now forward to finance
The Equatorial pygmies rich
in Spirit and Space.

I am not alone then
in my quest.
which I have yet
to articulate.

And the hour
is now at hand.
That truth and freedom
be made as one.

I am one
with my brothers and sisters,
whose spirit and mine are one;
whose quest is everlasting:
The complete salvation
and autonomy of all.
Nkululeko Mdudu
Topic(s) of this poem: sovereignty,africa
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COMMENTS
Yinka Meander 24 December 2019
Thank you for this poem. love it!
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Jazib Kamalvi 24 December 2019
Write comment. Such a nice poem, N. M. Read my poem, Love and Iust. Thanks
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Hans Vr 29 October 2019
Lovely poem. The never ending quest is a source of our happiness.
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