Poems About: AFRICA
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- carpe diem
Need not say much
For the eye sees
Why not percieve?
Behold Africa read more »charles K wanjohi
110.The White African
The White African
Ross Dix-Peek read more »Ross DixPeek
Of the spices of life,
Of the spices of love,
Of the spices of peace,
Of the spices of my mind, read more »Edward Kofi Louis
112.Love take me home
Take me back to where it all began
Take me back to the first of where we ran
Take me back to Africa, where I see the diverse culture's falling in love
With their beautiful difference's. read more »Nqubeko chase Sithole
I...Africa, cradle of life and of hope
decree the dawn...of new birth.
No more bondage in rope.
Able to realise my destinies' worth read more »Martino Fortuin
114.Africa The Dignity Deferred
I am Africa
I am the mother
I am Africa
A father to mothers read more »Anele ''The African Son'' kaPotelwa
The continent with shape as a handgun
Facing down the sea
As if her problem is with the sea read more »Cephas Rotimi Oluwaseyitan
116.Re- Presenting Africa
When you think of Africa
you think of blackness
also think of pride and strength.
The black of Africa symbolizes nature read more »Kctony Xtopher Nkwocha
117.It Is Time For Africa
It is time for Africa to show to the world what we are made of,
And throughg this World Cup 2010 with our muse!
For the world will see what we are made of and,
Of our various cultures to muse up with the games. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
118.Mama Africa Will... II.
We are obligated to thank you for your visit,
And Mama Africa will always be there for you;
Because the light of this continent shines all year round,
And like the muse of your love that attracted us to you. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
119.Money In Africa
You the master of mankind
Long time from your hidden
Thee we prayed for
I chased you ran read more »alfusainey Sonko
Long ago, Africa was christened the'dark continent'
until the Nile was seen by the very fortunate
Later, it became the shelter of the pearl
and today, it's where winds of change hurl read more »Timothy muggaga