Julius Adolf

Rookie (20 / 06 / 1990 / Ondjiva, Angola)

Thank You My Africa


Thank You My Africa
For Giving Birth To Me
For All The Blessings
And For Choosing Me As Your Daughter.


Thank You My Africa
For Selecting Me To Represent
Everything That You Own
And Wherever I Go.


Thank You My Africa
For My Other Sisters And Brothers
For My Other Fathers And Mothers
And The Perfect Weather.


Thank You My Africa
For My Happiness And Dignity
The Love And Careness
For My Roots And Capability.


Thank You My Africa
I Love And Appreciates You
For Being A Good Samaritan To Foreign Countries
Because Of Everything They Go Through.


Thank You My Africa
For Your Capacity
For Your Originality
And Your Diversity.


Thank You My Africa
For Letting Me Overcome Old Pains
To Have Many Opportunities
Privileges, Luck And Alot More Gains.


Thank You My Africa
For The Light That Shines Through
And Even If They Call You Dark Africa
I Declare You As A Bright One Because You Are So True.


Thank You My Africa
For My Beautiful Curved Body
Which Represents All The Roads
The Mountains And Rivers In You.


Thank You My Africa
For I Come From You
And My Appreciation For All That
I Say; I Love You My Africa.

Submitted: Friday, September 04, 2009

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