Tag Archives: by Lawrence Mathebula

Read Poem: The Lectern’s Rise: Life Goes Ahead 2, by Lawrence Mathebula

They frown a lot and say, you don’t belong But days with them my God here still prolongs; Each beat the swift pulse in it, fire flies ‘Gainst throngs that wind louder that, I should die One happyless, unfortunate human … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Haven, by Lawrence Mathebula

In a safe place, Where I want to be Living my happy days Surrounded by family; A multitude of hands, Oh the daily Hours until the end Passes and tomorrow early, When it begins again. She only needs a Man. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Mannaz, by Lawrence Mathebula

Your only days, and nights to live, On earth thy heart to theirs, you may give Love to all earthly creatures; From brothers to thy sisters, Too they sooner should return; It’s one cycle changing, turns With time and days, … Continue reading

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