Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie
Biography of Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie
Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie (Novelist, Playwright and Poet) was born and partly brought up in Zaire, now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa. He has studied communication engineering at the University of Kent at Canterbury in England. He lives in Essex, United Kingdom. He is the author of Full Circle (ISBN: 0-595-28294-6) , a literary novel set in Congo; and also a book of poetry Beneath the Blue Sky (ISBN: 1-4137-8638-3)
Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie's Works:
- 'Full Circle', a literary novel set in Congo (Africa) .
- 'Beneath the Blue Sky: A Short Book of Poetry'
-'The Sun, The River & The Horizon' a book of poetry
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Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie Poems
Looking Into My Inner Self
Until I can look into my self And find the real Identity of my inner self, I will not blame anyone
Let Us Go Gentle With The Nature
Let us go gentle with the nature It has given us many Blessings to be proud of
Don’t Give Up In Protecting The Mother E...
Don’t Give Up in Protecting the Mother Earth My son… Look at how you managed To protect the Mother Earth in the past When you were younger
My Black Pearl
My black pearl… My black diamond My gold,
Why should anyone call this town a Jungle? Is it a joke? Is it ignorance? Is it arrogance? Or it is just an other image making exercise…
... The Books
I have seen it... I have seen it with my very eyes... Yes. I have seen it.
Discovering ‘la Negritude’
Discovering La Negritude It is like drinking pure water freshly Taken from a spring Not Processed, Not Packaged, Not Commercialised
I Have Seen The Sun Rising Again
(To Papa and Maman Dungu - In memory of my childhood friend Helene Dungu) I was and I am still speechless
I Feel Safe
I feel safe in front of a blank paper Holding a pen in my hand
I Am Going Shopping
I am going shopping But I will not see Mr. Smith, Even Mrs Velnet would not Cross my sight today
I cannot give up my soul… That’s what makes me Who I am
My Cherie M M
This poem is dedicated to my friend Monique Mbombo Whatever comes along my way... I promise you
Let Us Live In Peace
Let us live in peace Among ourselves That is our natural instinct
I have seen it...
I have seen it with my very eyes...
Yes. I have seen it.
Beware; it takes many shapes...
In fact, it's shapeless and also colourless.
Yes, I can testify that I have seen it.