Born In Africa Poem by Edward Kofi Louis

Born In Africa

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I am born in Africa with the odd triangle,
But that is not the end of my story with you;
And i have the hope of meeting up with stars one day.
Across the ages of history are the ages of mankind,
And across the stages of my age are my dreams;
For i have to take the steps of meeting you one day.

He brews with his people and,
Every son was thrown into the river!
But the daughters were saved for love.

I have made up my mind towards you and,
My age will lead me on to the mountain of love;
For i was born in Africa with the odd triangle but,
The dreams of my mind will lead me on.

Kish, fish, dish;
1611 to the King James Version of the Bible;
But the Roman Pope ssent Augustine to convert England in 596.

I am born in Africa with hope,
And of the struggles that have made me very strong!
But like a celibate mate in a compact car,
I will rise up high above all things to meet the stars.

Of much medieval canon laws and,
What i can do in this life;
But in the era of 325,
The Council of Nicaea condemned Arianism.

How can a war be 'holy' when, people are being killed?
Maybe it is like a political inoculation to the immune system;
But, i will make it to the stars one day.

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