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Beautiful Woman by Morula Wa Kutukgolo

Morula Wa Kutukgolo 2 February 2011 poetry Comments Off on Beautiful Woman by Morula Wa Kutukgolo
Beautiful woman!
Borrow me your hair,
Long and smooth,
So I can also look beautiful.
With heels let me attain your height,
And perhaps like you stand out.
Stand still,
Let me carefully study you,
So I can master the way you talk,
And act the way you act.
The way you look is a symbol of right isn’t it?
The way I look a symbol of wrong.
Beautiful woman!
But isn’t your creator my creator?
Weren’t we both moulded from the same dust, Which we will one day return to?
Weren’t we both moulded by the same hands of the master, Which knows not any wrong?
Beautiful woman!
Why then should I look down upon myself, And feel ashamed about how I look?
Because surely it hurts my creator,
To see me constantly trying to change myself to look like you.
Because surely it hurts my creator,
To see me constantly trying to create myself, While my creation was completed in the womb, Beautiful woman!
Born Motlatsi Mary Thosago, Morula Wa Kutukgolo writes what the spirit likes. The spirit not of fear but of power, love and self control. To God be the glory.
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