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Mxolisi Cassius Mabuya

Updated: Sun, 1 Apr 2018 12:45 pm

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Born in Welkom South Africa. A published author of Shades of romance. Started writing in 2005 after being infuriated by injustices geared towards people who do good against what the system requires. Has finished another poetry book, titled Echo of whispers dedicated to his brother, a chemical engineer who unfortunately died in June 2017. He s here to learn as much as he can from well established and knowledgeable poets. A very kind and loving former Springbok lightweight boxing champion who is also a Bachelor of Commerce graduate n Accounting and Business Management.

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Foolishness by Mxolisi Cassius Mabuya If incredible awesome image of our Almighty Maker towers every part of who we are Foolishness becomes a misfit distance far fetched to be associated with being human Who we are is not only shine of our physical appearance but tranquil of goodness in our soul continuously deposited no benefit visual eye can contend with we are Foolishness is when words deceptive from beauty that decorates our mouths flow into vessels of destruction with our deeds ringing deafness not at all responsive to upholding call of our ranting Foolishness is to continuously punch holes on sponginess of the very same love you are supposed to harness being acutely aware of adverse outcomes unintended bringing with bridesmaids unenvied Foolishness is when you characterise yourself outside human chain of caring while bouncing every effort in schemes of your endeavours imagining saving the world from further decay Foolishness is walking and jumping dance thrills on a hoi-poloi road with massive hatred littered when a narrow road that fully abounds with love and joy screams loud emptiness in occupancy Happy April Fool’s day

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