On my own by Menzi Maseko

Menzi Maseko | Mar 4th, 2014 | current issue, poetry | No Comments

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[tab id=1]How can Love be dead?
And how do we go on
Keeping alive
This half life
In which we thrive
On borrowed time
Still haunted by these pale specters
In this dry white season
Defying nature’s reason
For why seasons come to pass

[tab id=3]Menzi Maseko is a socio-political and cultural activist who works as a librarian at the BAT Centre in Durban. He is passionate about creative writing, nature and spirituality. An avid reader whose essays and public speaking is influenced by Black Consciousness and the restoration of Afrikan dignity.





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