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Sukoluhle Dube

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Harare, Zimbabwe

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My Sun Dance

by

Sukoluhle Dube

As I watched the sunset,
I couldn't help but remember
The times we watched the sun rise
You said the sun dances in the mornings
Indeed it seemed to dance whenever i watched it with you

Could it be? It danced because I watched it with you
Could it be? It danced because I saw it through your eyes
Could it be? My eyes danced whenever i was with you

As i watched the sun rise
On our very usual spot, at the very time we watched it then,
The sun dance didn't come
Indeed i looked carefully, the sun did not dance

Could it be? I missed the time by a second
Could it be? I missed our spot where we sat then by an inch
Could it be? My eyes have lost the dance that was sparked by your presence

As I watched the sun rise
I realised that the sun doesnt shine as much no more,
Nor dance anymore because my sun dance went with you.

It could be, because you were my sun rise
It could be, because you made my eyes dance
It could be, because you were my sun dance

My warmth, my friend, my mother, my sun dance.