Poems About: AFRICA
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349.The Bane Of The Existence Of Africa.
'The pests of Africa are long gone but their shadows endure.
Our present apparel is appalled to our Africa.
For we forgo the Natives of our Progenitors. read more »Chukwuemeka Anyikwa
350.Children Of The Valleys
And as the hills yonder
Turned red from sunset rays
As darkness engulfed the valley
And the sweet sounds of birds read more »Gerald Kithinji
351.The Edge Has Been Cut (South Africa)
My Belovèd Country!
My Belovèd Love!
My Belovèd Nation!
It is not the best we perceve, read more »Anele ''The African Son'' kaPotelwa
The black race of nature ''oh Africa''
The home of agricultural endowment
Our lands are filled with fertility
And our waters, naturally blessed read more »yahaya habeeb jprof kayode
353.Down Sunset Sweet
When I close my tired eyes
Counting mine blessings twice
Feels goodly great to realise
All is never lost with time read more »christopher veremu
Africa is a jungle of love, and our ancestors purify the land and soil with affection and black heritage.
Snakes on the stake is the tradition of stone age, morality is the blackman culture. Birds roam the spiritual shrine of black deities, the sun smile down on Africa and walk throughout the sahara desert. read more »Felix Opaleye
355.Africa Needs Help
Africa, the cradle of civilization
We go African questions we're pursuing African answers
Different tribes read more »Ol Buddy Jones
356.The Way Africa Operates (REVISED)
After Sunday newspapers I feel depressed, ‘African time’
Redi Tlhabi suggests ruled again at the Economic Forum
in Cape Town without courtesy of cancellations* or the
protagonists arriving on time – and she ended by saying: read more »Margaret Alice Second
If there is life after death-
O God! Let me take birth in Africa.
Country of death and dry, worn out, violent and hard plays read more »BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
Black skins immaculate souls
we are Africans, the pride
of the creator, from kilimanjaro
he veiw the world, that makes read more »Enyinwa Okechukwu Enyinwa
Famine victims in Africa! !
Onions, opinions, millions, billions, trillions, zillions;
But expressing my views with what i've seen around,
However, this hardships of the famine are now seen on your Television sets as well. read more »Edward Kofi Louis
TITLE: MOTHER AFRICA
POET: HORATIUS CHINEDU OKIKE read more »Horatius Chinedu Okike