U Sola Mani
Tsalwa leri i ra vutlhokovetseri bya xiyimo xa le henhla lebyi nga tsakeriwaka hi vanhu va swiyimo swo hambanahambana ku ya hi malembe/vukulu kumbe dyondzo. I vutlhokovetseri lebyi mutsari a nga kota ku voningela vahlayi va yena hi tlhelo ro amukela no kuma matimba mantshwa yo tinyiketela ku kuma leswi va swi lavaka evuton'wini hambiloko swiyimo swa vona swi bihe ku tlula mpimo.
Vatswari lava tikeriwaka hi ku kurisa vana va vona kumbe vantshwa lava tsandzekaka ku amukela ku tikeriwa loku va nga na kona, hambi un'wana ni un'wana loyi a nga tibyela leswaku a swa ha pfuni nchumu ku hanya, a nga kuma mpfuxelelo wo navela ku hanya a ya emahlweni. I tsalwa leri nga hlayiwaka hi vadyondzi eswikolweni, swichudeni etikholichini kumbe etiyunivhesiti, hambi ku ri ko ku tihungasela.
This book of poems aims to take the reader to a deeper level of insight. It will be enjoyed by people of every age and level of education, because the writer succeeds in bringing light to bear on accepting fate, and on gaining new strength and the will to achieve success in life, – regardless of a background of deprivation, or hurtful experiences. The author appeals to parents experiencing challenges in bringing up their children; youth finding it difficult to accept their difficulties; and, in fact, anybody who is tempted to give up on life: all can find here the means of revival and new zeal to ‘hang in there’. This book is recommended not only for scholars and college and university students, but also for those finding a quiet moment to read for pleasure.