Siyabonga A Nxumalo

Freshman - 681 Points (South Africa)

Siyabonga A Nxumalo Poems

41. I Wish 6/6/2013
42. I Miss You 2/13/2012
43. My Soul 8/9/2012
44. Light 1/14/2012
45. Show Me My Africa! 12/2/2011
46. Dirty Game 6/23/2013
47. I Am Honored 6/23/2013
48. He Was There 1/13/2012
49. A Phase 11/3/2011
50. To Granny! 12/22/2011
51. I Was Born... 7/27/2013
52. A Poem For Her! 2/1/2012
53. I Thought....... 5/24/2012
54. She Said... 6/8/2013
55. I Am Me! 12/2/2011
56. Across These Oceans.... 3/19/2012
57. Home Sweet Home 1/8/2012
58. I Am An African 3/15/2012

Comments about Siyabonga A Nxumalo

  • Marina Pascal (5/16/2014 5:14:00 AM)

    I like that! - nicely written.

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  • Senamile Zulu (5/14/2014 5:07:00 AM)

    u know I picked your poem for creative text practice and my freinds loved it. nami ngiythandile uyshayile mngan wam thank you.

  • Persian Khushi (4/21/2012 7:13:00 PM)

    nicely written. i like your flow of words. kp writing.

  • Duncan Nhlakanipho Mthiyane (2/6/2012 3:28:00 AM)

    Nice one. Thank bru. Its so creative

  • Unwritten Soul Unwritten Soul (1/31/2012 6:37:00 AM)

    Before Time step into another minutes to change hours and remove date of Jan31st from 2012...I will crave a statue, with my words to honor my friend Siya, Happy Birthday To You..may your spirit and hope still strong in time..your fight for your nation just so remarkable...one day people will come and visit this statue, to come and Praise you...Rise Africa Rise...Even i am far away for the land but i can see the light landing over there...In poetry rhyme, and spiritful lines..Keep writing Siya..for all humanity sake, rise and never drown when you fall...float and fly like a phoenix! keep it up Bday boy! _Unwritten Soul

Best Poem of Siyabonga A Nxumalo

I Am An African

Not because im black.
But because my heart warms
And tears run down my face
When i think about AFRICA.

I am an African,
Not because i live here,
But because the African
Sun lit my paths.
Because the air that i breath
Is from these majestic mountains.

That air nurtured me
Growing up.

I am an African,
Not because i can speak
Swahili, Shona, Zulu or Xhosa.
But because my heart is
Shaped like a question mark,
Just like AFRICA.

I am an African,
Not because i am black,
But because my umbilical cord
Is burried ...

Read the full of I Am An African

Touch

Not only my skin,
But my heart also.

Let me feel the warmth
Of your hands when you
Caressing my skin.

Let me feel the warmth
Of your voice as you

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