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Poem of the Day: Remember Not by Icebound

Icebound | October 30th, 2012 | a poem a day challenge | No Comments

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[tab id=1]Footprints declared hope
Road-walkers derailed
in pain, plunged themselves
hence this generation sips suicide

All guidelines like paint against walls
All knowledge like waterfall down throats
All left rotten and forgotten
All memory shortened

History matters no more
for they say like stale bread
into rubbish bin it must be dipped
Memory slipped…

The unborn weep in wombs of the future
As the sad song continues to harm posterity
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[tab id=2]Born in 1982, Serame Makhele popularly known as Icebound is a Free State’s spoken-word activist and poet. He is a co-founder of Colourful Poetry Nites, a growing platform for young and old word-practioners hosted in Bloemfontein. Icebound is currently working on a Cd compilation of his works called “WordXplosion” which can be found on the Kasi MP3 website

Icebound draws his inspiration from countless Pan-African writers that he studied and read as a youngster and continues to explore.

Icebound prefers mainly to write and perform about hardcore socio-politico and economic issues.

www.reverbnation.com/iceboundza
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