Jacques Sprenkie Mateya (September / Dennilton)
Biography of Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
dusty streets of thabakhubedu in dennilton have seen my up rising, this rural part of limpopo [south africa] complete my life.
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- 2 Prince, Another One I Wrote
- a big tree in ntoane!
- a book with many pages
- A colonized mind of Africa
- A day I awaits
- a death certificate with my name on it
- A death wishing soul?
- A grave in far Away land
- A great ruler: King Sekhukhune
- a letter of the coach sited man to his e...
- a new calf
- A Poem for Don Mattera
- a poem for her
- A Poem For Mr And Mrs...
African daughter I
One world, one heart and one mind
I am the only legitimate child of the universe
And African daughter of my era
The height of Kilimanjaro Mountain
Doesn't over high my confidence
The Magic of Victoria Falls
Doesn't outweigh my beauty
The natural beauty of three sisters