Seeds and growth by Sihle Ntuli

Sihle Ntuli | August 3rd, 2012 | poetry | No Comments


Seeds and growth
Spin and move
Driving past the 5’s
Axes and spokes provoke the stagnated…
Living through movement in plural form
Youthfulness envied

No one see’s behind the lines…
Heading towards the line…
That you’ll read about tomorrow

I Killed…

To do and undo the wrongs
Tied in a knot
Holy Matrimony
Metaphors and coma’s
Sentenced to good enough’s
Till eternal life never let us part

Artforms below the neck
Tied in a knot with a blue tie
Hearts on sleeves
I kill to move you
From seeds and growth to poking holes with spokes
To provoke
With a mouth full of phlegm at stagnation
Ink spilt
A full stop closes the wound
As you laugh or cry
My soul indifferent

Poet Bio

Sihle Ntuli (@districtsn) is a writer from Durban. His other works can be seen on Sang Bleu,Litnet and Itch. Sihle’s personal blog is

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