Teboho petrus ntaita

Rookie (1994-09-11 / bothaville)

WHEN THE WORLD MUST STAND UP


Things have happend,
Bad has taken place
Life have occupied
In this place....
Yes it has!

Wind passes through
Passes from heads
Of trees
Heads that bows Down for wind and
Do bend down
Giving all respect to
Wind! !
Yes king of gasses, air!
And oxygen
Wind...!

WHEN EARTH IS DOWN
ON ITS FEET

It is amazing to see Them who hates
You to beg!
They forget what
They did to you
But it takes human
Kind to never let them
Down...
Embarrasses them
But it takes a selfish
Man to remaind them
What they did...

WHEN WE ALL HAVE TO STAND UP

Umzulu man say's ''UMUNTU UMUNTU NGABANTU''
Yes thats debateless
Imagen what a man
Can do on his own
Imagen what woman
Can do without men
A true world is a World you find trust
And hope
Human kindness

Thats

WHEN THE WORLD MUST STAND UP

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: hope


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a hope comes from trust...from person who provide who is not selfish....thats WHEN THE WORLD MUST STAND UP

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