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  105.     

Africa

Africa, an isle, the land of magic
Where you live with peace
Where you get wealth, and all that you need
Where you happily live like in heaven
Where what you dream becomes true.

Africa, beautiful, decorated with gold
Pretty land shines with every hue under the sun
Black for people, yellow its minerals
Red for blood, shed for it’s survival
Green for forest marking the wild

Africa, the marvellous paradise
Full of rivers flowing north to south
Of the largest lakes, here you find them
Of those exiled there, this is that land.
Or the house of hope, for those who need life

Africa, yellow men came to make it vanish
By the power of God none of them succeeded
Of all the attempts to exploit it, yet still rich
Look at their homes, built by our Africa
Talking of Europe, Asia and America

Africa, a great store of heroes
Who-so-ever is black, known globally, is an African
Of the people with immortal spirit, they are Africans
See! Martin Luther King, and so is Mandela
Nyerere the lion, Selassie the king and even Kenyatta
 
azeez sangwa

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  106.     

Mama Africa II.

Love and peace to you from the mind of the African,
For Mama Africa is here to stay;
And of the great love from the muse of Africa,
So pay us a visit to see what we are made of.
Mama Africa will great you with the muse of all the animals,
And like the heat of the sun that blesses us all day long;
But in Africa with hope to teach many with our culture.
The care of Mother Africa is here for you,
For Mama Africa will care for you whenever you do visit us;
Because we have a lot to share with the whole world!
 
Edward Kofi Louis

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  107.     

Africa

Africa

I mite not ever been there I have dreamed of a land that is way off from here. America is where I was born but I have roots every where in Africa. Africa is the place I mite never see so I can only dream of it day and night.

I wish I could go to Africa. NOT because I think I own Africa any thing but cuz I think I should go over there and learn what ever I can…

I would like to see my home land one day before I would die and I might be from New York but I really won’t to go to Africa to see what people before me saw.
 
niakeshia ferguson

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  108.     

Dreadful spiced Awful

Let this be the darkest hour before down
When you let my poetry to rain to dry deserts
Of humanity, to replace the fundamental ethic morals;
When the Africa conspire to conceive,
When the Africa comment to communicate,
When the Africa is confused to confident,
When Africa conquerors stop congress,
When communication is disconnected
Send me lord to contain the entire incubus
Acts, to the container of peace and stability.

I will never miss the water before the well Runs dry,
lord I will be the poet in the battle field,
When the Africa's wounds of confusion are grumbling
In the struggle screaming for help,
Help me not to betray the fight before the fight betray me,
The Africa is walking with a salt sour in a rain storm,
Forty me with the words of legends, word of ancestors,
Words of prophets to save the confused world.
 
Phinda Mkhonta

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