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Kelvin Sipho Masilela is a male poet born and raised in South Africa in small parts of Gauteng and Mpumalanga, in his early 20's poetry to Kelvin is and has always been a way of expressing emotions or his views to people of relation to. Since 15 years old, poetry played an important role in shaping how Kelvin is today. The story starts and goes, after falling in love he wrote his first poem later and till today still wrote more. Most of the time, through poetry he gives the depth and width of his emotions and views. Poetry has been a cornerstone to some degree in channeling childhood trauma, environment, rapid aging and overwhelming emotions. Creativity and growth in Kelvin's poetry is a huge factor, so many of the poems are not restricted to one style rather a various forms of styles.


am still searching for something big, a pinnacle of some form. same pentacles prevail everyday. reveal the tentacles of life let me reach out. preach on what I want probably grasp it one day. I guess they will be gasping the day I find my purpose

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

Blog entries by JustKelvinMasilela

Nivlek (31/07/2023)

Truth (01/03/2023)

Perfect (30/11/2022)

Memories (I) (26/07/2022)

VII (03/06/2022)

Destiny of men (01/04/2022)

Insight (12/01/2022)

at dawn (08/01/2022)

Regret (II) (12/11/2021)

failure (11/11/2021)

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Stephen Atkinson

Thu 15th Sep 2022 17:28

Thank you Kelvin for hitting the like button on so many of my poems. Much appreciated! 🌈

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keith jeffries

Fri 8th Oct 2021 11:28

Thank you for commenting on my poem. It is a fact of human existence that hope always breaks through at times when we are brought to our lowest ebb. I am sure that you have heard the saying that hope springs eternal in the human breast. I believe this to be true, but where does this hope come from?


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Lord Kelvin Masilela

Sun 22nd Aug 2021 00:11

thank you for taking time to read these piece of writings its truly an honor to have someone reading them ?

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keith jeffries

Tue 13th Jul 2021 01:07

Welcome to WOL. I look forward to reading more of your work.


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