Tawona Mzila Ranganawa
Tawona Mzila Ranganawa was born in Mutare and he attended his High School at Pamushana and he later did his A-level at Dangamvura High School. Currently he is a law student at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Tawona is a multi-talented individual he writes short stories and poems. His poems “Culture” and “if music be the culture” featured in the Nelson Mandela anthology called “Expression ... more »
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I felt the grave every time I waited for you
I loved you a million times than I thought
But you went away and you told me to wait.
I had to wait as you played tennis with my heart
As you kicked every beautiful thought I had of you like a soft ball
I waited for you at the bridge, were are our two stones are.
I waited for you to see but that seems to be forever
I continued to wait in the rain, crying.
Wait! You said, let me run after the wind
Maybe I will get a better marriage proposal
Wait let me play with the Sun probably it has a better ...