Poems About: AFRICA
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349.Down Sunset Sweet
When I close my tired eyes
Counting mine blessings twice
Feels goodly great to realise
All is never lost with time read more »christopher veremu
Africa is a jungle of love, and our ancestors purify the land and soil with affection and black heritage.
Snakes on the stake is the tradition of stone age, morality is the blackman culture. Birds roam the spiritual shrine of black deities, the sun smile down on Africa and walk throughout the sahara desert. read more »Felix Opaleye
351.Africa Needs Help
Africa, the cradle of civilization
We go African questions we're pursuing African answers
Different tribes read more »Ol Buddy Jones
352.The Way Africa Operates (REVISED)
After Sunday newspapers I feel depressed, ‘African time’
Redi Tlhabi suggests ruled again at the Economic Forum
in Cape Town without courtesy of cancellations* or the
protagonists arriving on time – and she ended by saying: read more »Margaret Alice Second
353.WHY AFRICA! ! ! ! ! !
Remember the sound of Freedom? ,
those voices have gone away,
will they come back? read more »DICKSON MSETI
Being an African American in this nation bring lots of frustration
They use our invention to build up their nation without even saying congratulations
This war will never end read more »Dwayne Earle Gordon
355.Lord Help Africa
Ministering under a tree in the Great Rift Plain of Africa 49 degrees Centigrade.
Under a tree not far from school class
Gather the people for worship or mass read more »Werner Horne
The magic of Africa and the beauty of Africa,
Visit Africa to see the wonders of the cultures of the people;
For the mighty River Zambezi and the Victoria Falls are part of us.
Come and learn about the traditional life style of the Africans, read more »Edward Kofi Louis
357.Everything Is Different In Africa
Everything is different in Africa.
Strange stars by night look down,
And threepence is called a tickey
And a florin’s like half-a-crown. read more »Cicely Fox Smith
358.The Edge Has Been Cut (South Africa)
My Belovèd Country!
My Belovèd Love!
My Belovèd Nation!
It is not the best we perceve, read more »Anele ''The African Son'' kaPotelwa
359.False Bay (Collins sestet)
(after Matthew Arnold)
Tonight over the sea there are small lights,
Cape Town against Table Mountain lying bright read more »Gert Strydom
360.Our Leaders Are Dancing [REVISED]
Our Leaders Are Dancing [REVISED]
If seeing the world through purple glasses, removing them
means a yellow world in contrast, glasses and trilby makes
me feel like Danny De Vito, a little weasel in “Mars Attacks”; read more »Margaret Alice Second