Treasure Island

Senator alufalism

(Warri delta state, Nigeria)

I see Africa


When i stand afar i see
nearer than ever
When i echo my fear
makes them bold
My race make me
speak in subdue, yet
i am proud to call
Africa my Africa
Eventhrough untied state
of Africa refuse to see
nearer than ever,
i still believe Africa is my
Africa no-matter what.
Oh great Marcus Garvey
my Africa brother, surely
Africa will remain Africa till the world dying days.

Submitted: Saturday, November 05, 2011

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  • Ramesh Rai (11/21/2011 12:07:00 AM)

    Africa will remain Africa till the world dying days. very nice. Africa is the continent from where Mahatma Gandhi started his struggle to free India. well done. (Report) Reply

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