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Black problems and the democracy by Hazel Tobo

Hazel Tobo | July 8th, 2017 | a poem a day challenge, poetry | 1 Comment

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Black problems are in English,
Black problems are heavy,
Oozing with pain and tears,
Chilli and alcohol.

Black problems are death,
Broken promises,
Missing fathers,
Drunk mothers,
Hungry stomachs,
Knives
Poison
Drugs
Poverty
Free education.

Black problems are Cold as winter
As hard as rock,
Greater than mountains
Black problems are blood spillage,
Dying,
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Hazel Tobo is an author of a self published poetry anthology, My Broken Azania as well as an autobiographical novella, Psych Ward Blues, published by Poetree Publications. She is a Polokwane bred artist and has been passionate about the pen since she found it.[/tab]

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