Lungisani Samukelo Mdluli

Rookie (31 July 1989 / Cato Ridge, KZN)

Today I Write A Dream - Poem by Lungisani Samukelo Mdluli

Today I write a dream.
I dream that to night in my sleep
an angel pay me a visit and kiss me on the lips
so my voice will be heard in tomorrows
vociferation of free world,
I write defficulties of today to birth
liberty of tomorrow
so I'll rip apart the mysteries of my future.

Today I write a dream
I dream to see world as it is,
mounten and hills unfold
so I'll see past through it length and hieght
Today I write to see the truth so I'll distinguish
between love and hate.
Today I dream that my actions
send true massage from my heart
and as I grow older, in love
I wish I can love with my true men's heart
that love so deeply and with innocents
that only child posses.
Today I write to stand in fire of truth and principle
and in darkest night of mylife where a clothing
of courage so i do not trade the truth I live for.

Today I write a dream
I write to my deeds to reveal the thoughts behind them
so that next generation doesn't submit to the mistakes I did.
In today darkness I write to shine so next person is wouldn't
feel so insecure around me.
And when tomorrow comes together we dance from
sunshine to sunset.
Today I write to my oldhood life to not intervene with brotherhood
so I wont be ahead of my game
and to my mistakes I write them to be a true teacher
of my life lesson.

Today I write a dream
I write to GOD to give time before its my time
so I accomplish all that I dream of.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011


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