Treasure Island

Senator alufalism

(Warri delta state, Nigeria)

Hello Africa


Oh africa what has
happen to you,
you have lost your
respect and that of culture,
what is happening to
you please tell me,
look at the street
of africa.....
sometimes i wonder if
this is really you,
africa where are all
those culture and tradition,
africa i have heard,
seen and sometimes i even
imagine how beautiful
you are!
tell me; what happen to you,
i use to measure
your source by your size
because GOD has bless
you with all kinds of
resource but are you
turning GOD blessings into curse,
why are you doing
this to yourself africa....
how come you lose your
virginity in such disgraceful way
tell me! ! !
africa thank you for
giving birth to this generation
we are for change....!

Submitted: Thursday, August 18, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013

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