kafun lady

Mon Congo

Tu es la terre de mes racines,
Tu es au centre de l’Afrique,
Tu es le soleil de ma vie,
De toi, sort toute une nation,
En toi, se trouve des fleuves, des champs, des ressources miniers,
Sur ton sol je marche,
De ton sol, je me ressource,
Toute la nation ne compte que sur toi,
Tes écoles je fréquente,
Comment pourrai je t’oublié,
Toi qui le sol n’a pas de période de validité pour germer en son temps,
Toi sur qui la pluie ne cesse de tomber enfin d’arrosé tes terres,
C’est sous ton toit que j’ai vu le jour,
Oh mon Congo, tu resteras à jamais graver dans mon cœur,

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2008

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