Edward Kofi Louis
Aimakhu - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
To appear beforwe it,
Imposed on him;
To appear before it,
Imposed on her;
The family stone,
And like the criss-cross rhythms that exploded.
To go and see them perform live! !
But it was a privilege in meeting you around.
Study and learn from my muse,
Read and know my mind;
For i am Aimakhu in the land of lovers!
And lke an Afro-Caribbean Rock Jazz Fusion.
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