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July 8, 2013

PREDICAMENT PERSISTS BY TIISETSO M THIBA

Filed under: free state black literature,poetry — ABRAXAS @ 9:44 am

Many days have gone now
Many have had their say
But heart is still sad I know
But they still tell me
Not to lose hope nor stop praying
But they are harping on things of yesterday
Sun will rise tomorrow for me
To bask luxuriantly too

Predicament persists
Perseverance is my name
Priest tells me to look up to God
God please answer my prayers
It has been a while
Praying and wishing
My day could be tomorrow
But tomorrow is another sorrow

I’ve tried to collect papers for better future
But those papers are punishing me
Me I’m tattered like a web’s spider
Perhaps me I’m not yet to smile
But I’m seeking answers
When will I beam?
Still no answers
Wonderings are my nightmares
Because all days seem the same
There are various seasons I know
But mine is bottom for a while now
It’s so dire for me now
This burden is massive for my shoulders

Predicament persists
Perseverance is my name
Priest tells me to look up to God
God please answer my prayers
It has been a while
Praying and wishing
My day could be tomorrow
But tomorrow is another sorrow

One Response to “PREDICAMENT PERSISTS BY TIISETSO M THIBA”

  1. Raselebeli Says:

    Thought provoking. Life

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