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Poetry, Tale Africa

What kind of love…

By Talent Mqongo, South Africa: When the trials and tribulations of life had me against the ropes Peace & be still, it commanded my sensations putting me at ease When suspicious minds in a state of paranoia got me perjuring She asked, ‘Do you trust yourself enough to love someone without hurting?’ By shifting the affection course to something as […]

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He wasn’t just a man

By Talent Mqongo, South Africa: I called Him Father yet I never met Him He accepted, tolerated and embraced me beneath him Here on earth can't fathom what a mortal life's worth Tell me am going absurd as my life obscures in this filth He wasn't just man I say unidentified not even as a fifth Gobbling whips He endured […]

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Not enough tears

By Talent Mqongo, South Africa: It's been long up to a point I don't remember God tried his best just to calm my temper The world pulled all its ammunition upon this life Stranded in pain and life consumed by misery & strife One day I think, thinking this silver lining comes to end Closer to a century comes realization […]

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The truth can be cruel

By Talent Mqongo, South Africa: Desires and needs unfulfilled or placed on hold ultimately called for departure Departure of a broken heart and scorned soul almost beyond repair Repair what was acquired and freely received without any alteration Alteration of the mind, vulnerable beings yet alone plans set according to time Time to become and be where any mankind ever […]

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