Reality and Mental Inspiration Poetry

by Onalethuso Petruss Ntema



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/17/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781493141289
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781493141272

About the Book

As titled, "Soul Seeds" explores elemental functions of thought, reasoning and reality. It analyzes life and how each of the seeds sustains or defeats the soul and the need for personal discipline and appreciation. The imagery gathers in one basket the different emotions that paint a closest matter of attention to the mind state and collectedness. It is a reflection of situations. Scattered thoughts are thrown into an imagery of life through a natural psycho-philosophical analysis. The book seeks to promote nature, culture, love, kindness, forgiveness and spiritual freedom. The tone of each word is natural and expressive, to give a creative setting of inference and engage the mind that matters or bothers to. The book testifies that written art is created from any life circumstance.

About the Author

Born Onalethuso Buyile Petruss Ntema on February 27th, 1985 in Maun, Botswana (Africa). He is the 6th from a family of seven, and a descendant of the Wayeyi. The versatile dub-Poet and writer has interconnected nature with reasoning through spoken word. His rhetoric approach illustrates a personal self and self identity to an analytic science of emotions and the mind. His daughter’s (Deczybelle) inspiration has immensely crafted his art in poetry over the years and his cultured mother, Ndaruka Ntema is the yardstick to all talents he possesses. He holds a BA (Sociology) from the University of Botswana. The multi-talented Poet is a trained Applied Researcher and Entrepreneur with vast experience in Social and Community Development, Social Policing, Land and related Tenure Rights, Environment and Natural Resources Conservation and Sustainable Utilization, Population Dynamics/ Trends and Socio-Economic Development, Land Policing/Administration, Families and Households, and African Social Thought. He is an arts and cultural activist.