Treasure Island

Winston Harding


Celebrate Jamaica


Jamaica, land of wood and water
Beautiful island of the Caribbean
From your belly birth sons and daughters
With pioneering spirit, adventurous domains
Your path destined with lifestyles that makes you special.

There you are, reaching out to humanity
Fifty-years anniversary of Independence in 2012,
With songs of praise, feat of greatness
Jamaica, Jamaica, Out of Many, One People

You, an island only 4,411 square miles
Brave, bold, outspoken and attractive people
Yes you are, behold your shining athletes,
Behold the beauty of your women,
Behold the radical ways you came to be
Now a shining star of the world.

Jamaica, Jamaica arrayed in joyfulness
Magnified with abundance of churches Throughout your nation; always praying
Embedded with five National Heroes whose
Conviction of radicalism made you strong.

Jamaicans, stay focus, the beauty of your land
An oasis of love of citizens of the world.
Jamaica, celebrate your Golden Jubilee
Tell your story of Doctor Bird, The Ackee,
The Lignum Vitae, the Blue Mahoe, The Maroons.
Wave your flag proud; Black, Green and Gold.

Forever remember the Eternal Father
Blessing your land, as you teach each
Other to respect one and all
For 50-years of delightfulness, no easy feat
Together, to another 50-years of progress
Jamaica, Jamaica, Out of Many, You Are One.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 14, 2013

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