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Die alone by Maiketso

Maiketso | Mar 30th, 2019 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

Pick a page
Pick a side
Be like me: never forget genocide
Stand with whoever they ostracise

Thinking man Thinking thinking man
Well philosphy of idle
Worship of idols
Wholesale Selling of souls

Called me picky, I visited the gypsy
I went to the deep end
Where the innermost virtue was hate
I CAN’T LIVE IN THIS PLACE
Planned towns of Apartheid

Licked my wounds
Fixed my routes
Considering my roots
Mass deforestation and annahilation of the woods

Furnace fairnace
Lovely pain
Abyss existence
Torture permanance

Save one nuclear family
Women on escape ship
Men on slaveships
Honour on grave heaps

Doctor the docket
Steal loot and pocket
Deal in blood
Kill hearts

Write home
Die alone
Write Anon
Remain an exile like Frantz Fanon

Commemorate Anne Frank
Reminisce on I am David
believe we are sane
that we are saints

LEARN REVOLUTION AND REPORT TO MY PLACE

Poet Bio

I’m a writer from Sasolburg.

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