Born on 25 August at Dorset in Shurugwi District in Midlands in 2005, Lesson Dumoluhle Ndlovu has already set the poetry world on fire. The young Poet has shaken the arts industry with flawless performances in the Midlands province and beyond. The teen poet started making public performances at the age of 9 and has graced big occasions including, the National Heroes Acre, International Book Fairs, the Midlands Show, Independence Celebrations, Gweru International book festivals among others. Born in a family of professional artists, Lesson attended Dorset Performing Arts rehearsals during weekends from the age of seven when his talent was identified. It is his unique and emotive poetry showcasing skills that aim to explore human action towards the restoration of social order. Despite only being born in 2005, Lesson is not just a promising young poet, but ‘literary’ an accomplished one. The energetic teen haswon several Performance Poetry competitions including the Gweru International Festival of Arts and the 2018 Special Needs Primary School Performance Poetry courtesy of MashMo Land Investment. The Shurugwi based grade 7 Dorset Primary school pupil, Lesson whose five Ndebele literary works is featured in a yet to be published book entitled “Enkundleni ye Mbongi” is bold and does not balk from the sight of huge crowds when he belt a chain of multi lingual praise and critic poetry. Lesson likes compliments, appreciation and acknowledgement and dislike being bullied for no reason at all. The youngster’s role model is his father, Dumisani Ndlovu who is an anthologized poet and published author, the Zimbabwean and South African’s internationally renowned Dub poets, Albert Nyathiand Mzwakhe Mbuli. He likes the poets because of their cutting edge poems which have remained at the forefront of contemporary African poetry, setting the tone through repeated engagement with the issues surrounding African-European cultures and integration.