Enyinwa Okechukwu Enyinwa
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Black skins immaculate souls
we are Africans, the pride
of the creator.

From kilimanjaro
he veiw the world, that makes
Africa the continent of God.

We are Gold mixed with diamond
the wind from the west ship us
out now we are sky, never
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Monday, January 30, 2012
Topic(s) of this poem: african lifestyle
Erika Wingo 30 November 2012
I absolutely love this poem and I couldn't agree with you more. Stunningly written!
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if i say u no write na lie...
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Eric Cockrell 27 July 2012
the pride of a people demanding freedom, and dignity!
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Supriya Prathapan 25 July 2012
Africa is truly God's own land, paradise. Reminds me of the works of Mr. Chinua Achebe. Beautiful poem.10++
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Rajendran Muthiah 24 July 2012
With Nature's abundance, Africa is the continent of God. Africa, the abode of the black race is the root of the human race. Mesopatamian civilization at the North of Africa is said to be the root of the Whites. In ancient literature of the Tamil language, there are verses which reveal the connection between South Africa and the ancient Tamil land(Lemuria continent deluged by the sea-Indian Ocean) 50% of the Tamils are black. Cheers.
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