Treasure Island

Chris Che Mbuzi Kaunda

(28 APRIL 1993 / Malawi)

Alphabet And Our Freedom


We go like A for Africa
then B for the Black people
why not C for our beloved Culture
then D for our Dignity
E for our little Education
F for our own Freedom
G for the Greatness of our heroes
H for our own Histories
I for the Inspiration we had to get our freedom
J for the Justice we do have
K for the strong kings who also fought for our freedom
L is for the Love we have for one another
and why not M for our unforgetable Matyrs
N for our own Nations
O for being well Organised
P is for the the Pride among us
Q is for the Queens who ruled also
R being the Roots of our culture
S is for the Schools and
T for its Teachers
then comes U for Unity
after u comes V for the Victory
after victory comes W for the Wisdom of our heroes
then X for e-Xodus
ruled by Y for the Youths
then lastly comes Z for the Zero violation of our rights
thus the alphabet among us
because we all need the freedom! !

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 14, 2013
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