In search of lost souls

In search of lost souls who have diluted the pure love of our immortal ancestors. The carrying vessel of the richest knowledge of old We have forgotten who we are And our souls we’ve sold In search of lost souls whose soles move in a different direction The night we...

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The legacy of a blank promise

The legacy of a blank promise And on that day he said “Let There Be Minions” Pill-shaped to be the panacea of the nation AMANDLA AWETHU! they said That was the CODE, S.A. The legacy of a blank promise A promise to remove these shackles that bide our feet A...

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Past June 16

I remember when the world stood on its axis and the tribal drums pronounced the birth of an African child I remember when life nurtured my senses and wrapped my innocence inside the quiet warmth of childhood blankets I remember when we learnt to scribbled our dreams into the Mud...

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A saint and a sinner

He was known as Sokhulu A leader of the infamous Sokhulu and Partners From the streets of Zone 14 She? She was Montana The queen of Rockville And these are their home affairs On a journey of love, Back when isibaya sikababa sasiphelele She knew no other man A wallflower,...

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They used many ways to silence us

A tyre around his neck, just to silence him It was not a Good Year, 1976 They used many ways to silence us Inside of me is this burning desire to lift your spirit And tell you “THE END!” But things escalated from there 176 bodies found dead Kanti senzeni...

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The sun has set

The Sun has set and now dusk settles Setting sombre scenes of solitude as they remotely move The Sun has set, taking with it – warmth and light Leaving loud lamentations that bring forth heavy floods Permeating the ground Withering the only thing they have left – THEIR ROOTS! The...

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