kfm Productions

(30 / 03 / 1987)

The Stolen Posters...(06 / 05 / 2013 / 12: 26-AN) .


The fact is i have stolen the posters,
hence i am losing weight for this matter.

Submitted: Monday, May 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, May 06, 2013

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This poem is about the posters, which i have stolen, instead of giving them to Siyabonga, which is one of my family friend's home in Johannesburg for this matter.
So, i am dedicating this poem to anyone, who would like to be on the same situation like me for this matter.
The fact is i have composed it in Intabazwe Public Library, hence i am inspired by them as they were the local celebrities for this matter.

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Koena France Mokoena

KFM PRODUCTIONS.

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