Siyabonga Njica

Rookie (08/01/94 / South Africa)

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Siyabonga Njica is an aspiring poet from Guguletu in Cape Town. Having lost his dad at just 11 years old, he began writing manuscripts about his father and used his unexpected demise as a weapon and tool to portray rather a modest and heart-warming side of himself, unknown by those around him. He started writing poems in 2009 and became an over-night sensation after touching many readers on his ... more »

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Life In The Ghetto

With gunshots the fun stops, clock tick tocks, tears dip drop. Who brought the cops? Betrayed the plot? Now we sit locked in handcuffs. We busted, can't be trusted, lost pride and not loved well..These drugs man trigger crime and brother shines yet morals die and..These hell gates make one tame, this no game, men fourplay. Now I dwell in rage life takes change, heart takes shape, it don't look the same. Life's illusions cause confusion: Apostle rumours, appointed tutors. Youth the future? Brains donned by humour. Population fewer, average humans dying sooner. Birth rates still rising, literacy...

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