Sinomhlobo Marwanqa

Rookie (1996-08-16 / East London)


In the beginning the word created life
In the end the beginning took away all the strife
As I breathe I am incomplete and such is life
Such is life of one who hasnt found their better half
Like magic is his presence
All the tragic he erased
Like a column of smoke
He appeared and engulfed me with Happiness
And squeezed me to fall into his arms.

My eyes confirm that you are the cutest thing I've ever seen.
And hopefully our embrace will make a scene and unto God it wont be no sin
Your touch can make my world crumble
Crumble into unity
Crumble into peace
Crumble into happiness
As I fell for you deeply
Your ever soft, comforting and welcoming hands took my back by storm and raised me to meet my dream
Like an eight our bodies are intertwined
Together we could create a ray of light
Bandibuza uba ndibone nton kuwe
ububi okanye ubuhle
I saw heaven in your eyes
Hell in your hands as they transfer the heat
Strawberries on your lips as they taste sweet
Direction on your feet as you led our journey
I was frozen as ice and like a ray of light your presence melted me.

As heaven is moaning and groaning
Flashing begging for my attention
My flesh floats in it feelings
Feelings of feeling your arms around me
Listening to your heart beat as you to mine
Absorbing your scent
And saving it 'till you hold me again
As your fingers find a path through my hair
As your index traces our future on my back
I acknowledge your presence with a stare
As my body's approval you never lack

You are theKing of my world
I am the Queen of your castle
The will power I possess many men have fled
I beg to ignore you but for my love you promise to hustle
As the stars converse
Its confirmation that I'm diverse
To myself I'm a princess
To others juss a poetess
And you.. I juss leave you breathless
Hopefully its not pointless
And you couldnt care less
As long as us is a lovely mess

Distance is nothing but a word
Food for all of me, you're the best i'ver had
I vow to be nothing but committed
As harmony is created by love
And so will our ray of light
It will shine so bright that to the haters it will cause blight

Andingomntu wogabul' izigcawu
Nto nje ndoda uthando lwakho lushiye uphawu
Ndivumele torho ndizibethe isifuba okwenkawu
Ndith ezizweni ndimfumene owam
Ndimfumen owam
I've found my own ray of light
Noba andikwazi ukulwa
For which I'm willing to fight
Nangona ndingenawo amandla but
With all the God given Might
I will Until it is alright

You cracked the code to my cave and light shone through.
I'm not asking for a fairy tale.
But I do expect that both of us show up to this thing
like gladiators, ready to fight for each other.
I dont know any of your creations.
But I know my smile is your best creation. I give everything I've got and I get everything you got.
I desire you.
I need you. I trust you
And I am proud to call you my man... Ray of light....
Ray of light.. Lerang laka la letsatsi

Submitted: Saturday, February 15, 2014
Edited: Saturday, February 15, 2014

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  • Gold Star - 28,919 Points Gajanan Mishra (2/15/2014 12:46:00 AM)

    I saw heaven in your eyes, I like it. good one.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment. (Report) Reply

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