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Brendon Tawanda Takarinda

»Prayer in pain but not in vain.«

Sep 15, 2017

Words of honor and the words / that were true even though pain / was with you. Prayers of the heart and / the words of the spirit that comforted / you. Prayer that lasts and the pain that / fades away. You still look back at the times / when men had spite towards you. Words were / aimed to kill the spirit… read more »


»Nokwazi.«

Sep 1, 2017

The broken black girl / singing praises to the almighty. / Her fine adjusted vocal cords / designed for creating symphonies- / is used to show excitement when she / is about climax- while making love to / devils. / / Blessed with beauty although empty / eternally-every blessing has a specific curse.… read more »


»Cry thy tears Africa.«

Aug 22, 2017

Abandoned unity, forgotten trust- all / our brothers are living for lust. / But alas Africa mourns for the / precious gifts and marvelous wisdom / given to our forefathers which they showed / us with much affection. / We have been lead astray, Africa mourns / for we have neglected our own. Africans… read more »


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