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Obi Onyenwe


Africa


Africa the motherland NATION
Africa the land of my forefather
Africa the land of my great ancestor once roamed
Africa the land of many communities
Africa the land of my birthplace
Africa the second largest continent on EARTH
Africa the land which everybody imitates
Africa the land which everyone talks about
Africa the land which everyone is jealous about
Africa the land that brings beauty in all of us
Africa the land of great leadership
Africa the land of great powers
Africa the land of bright futures
Africa the land of great traditions
Africa the land of good food
Africa the land of vast populations
Africa the land real precious diamonds
Africa the land of UNITY
Africa the land of hard working people
Africa the land that lord gave to us
Africa the land the land that i love
Africa the land that i will SOON return to

Submitted: Friday, February 24, 2012

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