Sindiswa Ndamane

Newcastle, South Africa
Sindiswa Ndamane
Newcastle, South Africa
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White Monopoly Capital

I've been wondering,
Of the conflicts
From my own kind of people,
My thoughts were mixed,
Who made us less,
Less of our worth and birth,
The problem was us,
Not the white birds,
Who wiped our talents,
And told us our label was slavery.
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Thursday, February 22, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: government
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