Friday 22nd September 2017,
Poetry Potion

A Soul’s Home by Thabang Ngoma

3 February 2015 a poem a day challenge, poetry Comments Off on A Soul’s Home by Thabang Ngoma
Who am I supposed to be
A tear in someone’s eye, not me…

I am…
what is possible if valleys rise into ice capped mountains
And rivers flow until their waters sink to spring into beautiful fountains
The unconscious becoming conscientised
Mother nature’s near equal, her blindsight

I am the son of the sun
I am a young people and time for me is still noon
I exist in all forms in all of humanity
My acceptance is only possible through humility

I am the son of the soil
Scotched from soul to sole
A creation to behold,
A history to be told

I offer my hand for you to hold
In return for greatness untold
My love is profound
Forgiveness is my threshold

My nose, is wide, my laughter is loud,
My lips are expressive, my poise is proud
I am an omnipresent spirit
I am white, shinning light

Thabang is an aspiring writer& enjoys reading and the challenge of composing & writing poetry. He’s also a Team Leader, sketch artist & long-distance – runner.


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