Monthly Archives: March 2011

Look At Me, lie to me!

Look at me,
Kyk na my,
Tell me you never lied,
Say you never took my heart for a ride,
Do say you never had another woman on the side,
Yes; say it
Look at me

Lie to me,
Tell me my dress code is key,
Say from my heart you’ll never set yourself free,
Do say its till death do us part,
Tell me its from the bottom of your heart,
Yes, tell me
Lie to me.

Look at me,
Lie to me,
The truth is just too much for me to handle,
My heart to recover it will struggle,
Look at me,
Lie to me.

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I’m human, I have rights #WorldPoetryday

Manufactured from the same human genome,
I am no gnome,
You curse and swear at the site of me,
To pain and emotion I am not immune, I am human.

You do not acknowledge my existence,
For I stood up and forged in resistance,
I have rights; the right to protest,
I am human.

You look at me with so much anger,
For the truth I revealed in that newspaper,
To threaten me do not bother,
I will not be moved,
Freedom of the press.

You make fun of me,
For in me a clown you see,
My dress code might be weird,
I may not talk like a woman,
But then again, I’m human
Thus I too have freedom of expression

I may be short,
I may be black,
I may be poor,
That doesn’t make me any less human,
Just like you I have rights;
I am human and I have rights!

Happy Human Rights Day
•Ndou Tshauambea Elizabeth•
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