Siyabonga Njica Poems
- We Say Enough Men! We are slowly losing our women and ...
- Inside My Maths Class My minds is not here, I find myself ...
- Life In The Ghetto
- Emotions Of A Fatherless Child We live in a society haunted ...
- As The Wheel Of Time Turns As the wheel of time ...
- To A Sister I Have Never Met Dear Luniko: Seasons have ...
- The Past And Beyond Flash-backs of my childhood Keep running...
Siyabonga Njica is an aspiring poet from Guguletu in Cape Town. Having lost his dad at just 11 years old, he began writing manuscripts about his father and used his unexpected demise as a weapon and tool to portray rather a modest and heart-warming side of himself, unknown by those around him. He started writing poems in 2009 and became an over-night sensation after touching many readers on his ... more »
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We Say Enough
We are slowly losing our women and children.
Slowly forfeiting the future of our phenomenal nation,
In aspirations of RAPE, DOMINANCE and DISCIPLINE.
Slowly witnessing the demise of our sons and daughters,
Building borders of battlefields and victimising our own kind within them,
Blind to the responsibility of protecting our families as men.
We have become perpetrators in our own households.
Sold our souls in beer holes for atonement of power and lust of acquiring the throne.
He strolls back home with liquor breath far from being sober,
Broken bones as ...