The poem Emanti (Water) proffers praise to the element for its quenching and healing abilities in a land of scarcity. Written in the rich language of siSwati, it solicits the abundant flow of water from the source for its wide range of beneficiaries, and encourages them to drink freely. Senetisiwe perceives water as a necessity and focal point that connects us all to each other, the environment, a higher power and our ancestors.
As most water levels in the rivers in Eswatini continue to decline, Senetisiwe found it important to reflect on a particular stream that was one of the major feeders of the Black Mbuluzi River in her area, Zandondo. The decline in access to water reduces quality of life. In this performance, Senetisiwe embodies water; she is water, igniting the stream that feeds the great river, to replenish and improve the quality of life in her neighborhood.