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Poetry By: serame marake

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To people who sometimes miss to posses that quality of self identity. Take it simple, don't look toooo deep.

Submitted:Nov 27, 2006    Reads: 177    Comments: 7    Likes: 4   


I am the son of the african soil, born into the African light.?A boy of the moshoeshoe descendants, with a touch of the descendancy of the Batswana.

Do not ask me who I am, of which tribe I am from

I am a breed of the Batswana and the Basotho.

I am somewhere between Black and Brown,

I am not Black nor am I White

I am an African.


I know what I want from life. I am not twisted in any way

I am SYSTEMATIC in everything I do

ENDURANCE is what I have to win this race of life

RUNNING my life my own way is a pleasure to me

Without AMBITION there is no victor

I am my own MOTIVATOR, I need no external motivating force to keep me going.

I am an EXAMPLARY to those around me

I am SERAME, That is my name.



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