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Poems About: AFRICA

In this page, poems on / about “africa” are listed.

  • 229.

    Oh Africa, Africa
    second-large chamber
    advanced ocean site
    unmatched mainland read more »

    Oyehan Opeyemi Akinkunmi
  • 230.
    African Identity Is Lost

    Thank you South Africa Thank you

    Today I don’t know why should I cal myself an African read more »

  • 231.
    Thank You Nelson Mandela

    Madiba, unique son of Africa
    Your blood runs Africa
    Madiba, the sun that rises from Africa
    Illuminating the entire human race read more »

    Babatunde Aremu
  • 232.
    A colonized mind of Africa

    Don't call my Africa a moron!
    After stealing its means
    Poisoning its food
    Larcenous its resources, read more »

    Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  • 233.
    Africa's Soul

    I have never been to Africa
    I have only seen programs on TV

    Verdant jungles teeming with wildlife read more »

    Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black
  • 234.
    Africa For The Africans

    Say! Africa for the Africans,
    Like America for the Americans:
    This the rallying cry for a nation,
    Be it in peace or revolution. read more »

    Marcus Mosiah Garvey
  • 235.
    Africa Today

    Where is Nationalism, Solidarity, Socialism?
    All I see are the Civil wars, we are fighting
    together for power, demoralizing our people. read more »

    Kholekile Monakali
  • 236.

    The global economy
    Grips you tight
    As the cheap source of materials
    A marketplace for its output read more »

    Isaac Maliya
  • 237.
    Welcome To Ghana

    'Akwaaba'! 'Akwaaba'! !
    'Akwaaba' to Ghana,
    The Black Star of Africa!
    Like shopping the past in descent ways, read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 238.

    You copied 99% of my poem and made it your own at,
    The title of my pome was: 'DAY BREAK AFRICA';
    And you used the same title as well,
    But this poem of mine was read on Major T.V.Stations in Africa some years back. read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 239.
    Worlds Inheritance

    Nations and nations, y’all arise
    Africa was indeed to be the first
    But rigging and wriggling was its class
    Henceforth dwelt in hunger and thirst read more »

    okafor ogochukwu
  • 240.

    We used to sit
    Around the red teak table
    With the Book Of Knowledge
    Open with its picture
    Of Africa. read more »

    Gopi Krishnan Kottoor
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