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  • Jacob Mahlangu

The Winds of The West

Updated: Apr 24, 2022

Face gloom over flowers that bloom, Sunshine rain clouds silence without doom, I diet to self improve and say no to any food, I meditate to vibrations that escalates my body to levitate, Immortality can be obtained, Only if we think not about fate, Oh my soul how long shall you wonder, I yearn for sleep and slumber, Distracted by wind and thunder, God smiles and flatters, With my destiny to remind me it matters, I travel beyond the distance of European settlers, With artificial feathers, The sky is the limit but I long to go further

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