ademola oluwabusayo

Freshman - 806 Points (08 03 1996 / Ondo state in okitipupa)

Who Could Cure Africa? - Poem by ademola oluwabusayo

who could cure africa

Who could cure africa? .

Mothers of africa we plead

Great terror in africa

No more meat to eat

Guys turn to warrior becous of ebola

New rules, dnt shake dnt eat meat

Who could cure africa

A wooden nutmeg in africa

We dnt feel ones oat again in afrrica

God and goddest of africa we plead

We turn odour of sanctity

Who could cure africa?

All citizen mad and hatter in africa

We are no more far frm the madding crowd

Every one is afraid even son of manse

Oh we are very meek in africa

Who could cure africa?

Men in white coat cant save us!

Now we all have nail in confin!

We have remember the name

Oh! ancient save us

Who could cure africa

Our new visitor is a traveller,

From congo to serialonne , liberiato nigeria

Oh acient we plead pls save us

Pls we have carry the can ancient

For we plead in africa have mercy

Who could cure africa? Ancient pls


Comments about Who Could Cure Africa? by ademola oluwabusayo

  • Gold Star - 4,874 Points Walterrean Salley (9/29/2014 5:19:00 AM)

    Another heart-rending plea. There has been some good results for Ebola patients that have returned to American, for treatment, and we pray that there is help for Africa very soon. Never give up, but keep believing. I believe that God can and will help your country, Africa. My prayers and best wishes are to you in this and all your struggles. Thank you. (Report) Reply

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  • Gold Star - 30,864 Points Roseann Shawiak (9/6/2014 2:45:00 AM)

    As your poem states, ebola is devastating to humans, it kills many without any provocation. There is some medicine now, that has saved some people from this deadly disease, perhaps it will save many in Africa. I
    surely hope it is so. Thank you for sharing with us. Being on opposite sides of earth, we don't always know what is going on in another part of the world. until now! RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 8, 2014



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