In searching for the answer to "Now what?" Martin Z. Mkize uses a wide range of images: the Statue of Liberty, tears, money, diamonds, valentines, big fish in small ponds, cab drivers, the African jungle, the wedding day, and basketball. The comparisons go on and on.
However, he warns about being fooled by some "lousy metaphors" and invites you "to stick around" to see how Martin the Great loves and cherishes the existence of noble life.
His philosophical messages of culture and origins, of notions and motions are serious and important; however, with a subtle style, his humor will make you chuckle with joy, affirmation, and stars in your eyes.
In his poem "There Are Days, or There Will Be Days" Martin concludes: "But what must I say now? I said it all. No way, I am not saying any more!"
After reading an authentic Capricorn’s answer to life and happiness, you will say, "I can see!" without having to say any more because you too will have caught a star.