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Lazy Ms Daisy.

Updated on July 29, 2015
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Gods Poet Nkosi has been writing Poetry for the past 18 years. Writing can help you learn about your hidden desires and help you grow.

Lazy Ms Daisy.

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Lazy Ms Daisy.





Lazy Ms Daisy.

She basks under the sun all day. She looks so pretty though. You can not take that away from her.

Her family tree.

The seeds which carry her DNA. The roots which are buried in the soil‎. Bear the essence and beauty of her soul.


Her natural habitat.

are wild grass. As well as the splendor of oak trees.


Her thoughts and believes.

She prays to the rain. Her source of life and nutrition.

Her prayer.

May the wind blow and keep me composed. May my days be filled with light. Until the sun sets. Even at night I am not alone, the moon glows ‎providing natural light.


Life.

Seasons have their blessings and hardships. In the summer the heat is scorching. Spring nature blossoms. Autumn the winds, make us feel their presence. Winter the birds migrate to greener pastures. I shed the beauty of my petals when the atmosphere is extremely cold.


Memories.

Those that are pleasant we reflect and try relive. Hurt, betrayal, we try to forget. Have you ever drank your self to sleep. In the morning the grim reality, is your life is still a mess. You feel even worse.


The soul.

We are all venerable. No fort ‎is immortal. No tomb is buried for eternity. Even when we love we are jealous. Our loved ones are in God's hands. Fate is no man's friend. Trust in God.


The mind.

Is a collection of images.


Memories.

Experiences.When we have acquired knowledge we are in a adequate space to make mindful choices. The accumulation of knowledge is Eternities bride.


Synopsis.
Today.is a recollection and reflection a depiction of history.
As long as you cast a shadow, cherish your temple.


Gods Poet Nkosi

Nkosinathi Ncala


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