Mosioa Theophilus Dlamini
Son of Joseph Molato and Wendy Neliswa Dlamini.
who are divorced and I living with Wendy and My two siblings Sechaba and Lebogang Dlamini.not born on top of jewels neither in struggle but just born with free spirit and a different vision of the world more »
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Mosioa Theophilus Dlamini Poems
Look, see, watch, gaze, inspect Such words turned bad, infact We judge instead of looking Its like we blaming the titanic for sinking
YOUR BEAUTY (KAYLAR)
How though shall ask oneself how you have beautiful scarlet lips. With such beautiful eyes as pearls which hold or conceal secrets from the common Your beauty its more than it meets the eye I tell you. ' is higher, indeed, than genius, as it needs no explanation.
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Look, see, watch, gaze, inspect
Such words turned bad, infact
We judge instead of looking
Its like we blaming the titanic for sinking
Like what were they thinking.
Loathing the rose because of its thorn, won't make it hideous.
We look for the bad things that's how it is.
We don't use our logic.
We slowly fading and its chronic.
We see as everything is lethargic.
Its Grotesque that nothing is perfect.
We don't realise the after effect.
The scarcity of appreciating, be obliged.
A look in a different path peace will find