Remembering by Joshua Nkwana

Nkwana Joshua | Mar 12th, 2019 | poetry | No Comments


For one to speak of remembering
Is to say
unveil the wounds
or bring an old good memory alive

But for you to know that
human brains are skies
folding clouds in all forms
Of ugliness, of beauty

Is as close as to understand that
you cannot ask the sky of how much it lost or gained
in a short time
or ages

Because skies are like valleys
They’re beholders of moisture
and drought
They don’t hold things for so long

Poet Bio

Nkwana Joshua Serutle is a writer and spoken word poet, who was born and raised outside Burgersfort in Ga-Kgwete village. In 2017 he enrolled to Mzansi Poetry Academy to enhance his writing skill. His work
draws much attention on the streets and shifting paradigms on social issues. Some of his highlights in 2017 includes performing at SABC 1, Yo TV. Later on that year he became Top 10 finalist for Leleme La Mme poetry competition. He won the CSP 2018 Open Slam King of the Mic. His poems had been published on Poetry Potion, Odd Magazine, Sol Plaatje European Union Poetry Anthology Vol 8, MuseIndia and Avbob Poetry Competition.

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