Poetry

My Dream

Post Views = 3028MY DREAM Holding to a dream might be easy Following the dream might be hard Living the dream might be impossible But having a dream might be A million of possibilities.   Chasing my dream, my target Deep within my bulky hand lies The dream and sometimes dreams Driven and controlled Daily happenings that rule my dream.    …

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My short story

Post Views = 1074One year ago I was a toddler Small to notice I was walking on fours All that I did was eating soil.   Ten months ago I was in kindergarten Being escorted by mum each morning And each evening she came for me.   Eight months ago I was in primary school School was the only thing …

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No retreat

Post Views = 2247Morning has come again, my Lord! Another day for vigorous work Loads on my back, whips on my back Whip! Whip! Whip! The price I pay for being bitumen Making roads For many to walk on For metallic figures to thread on Figures I never know.   I am uselessly important That man is a bastard A …

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Teardrop

Post Views = 4556Teardrop Small is the teardrop But deep is the grief Down the face it rolls Gliding softly in single balls Teardrop! Drip! Drip! Drip! Drip!   Teardrop Comes in simplicity Paving complexity in it So hard to understand So easy to roll, so easy to drop But leaves our eyes red and bitter.   Teardrop Has somber …

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Taken from me

Post Views = 781It took me time to hoard it up The bride price for the one I loved My unforsaken efforts bespoke of my want To bring my love home.   Not long before I made love to her My own home I manufactured With great dreams of my only family The fruits of my loins To love and …

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It was only a mango

Post Views = 854As I sat down on that half-wet floor Streams of strangled wonders paved my mind My dreams of freedom curtailed behind those grills My emptiness from friends and acquaintances I watched the little stuffy room with discontent Its contents lying still on the floor that served as my bed I looked up the high roof with gaping …

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