Colin Ian Jeffery
Redhill Hospital
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Brother Africa

Rating: 4.3
He lies near to death
Dying in the dust
Broken and forgot.

Now his children
Once mighty tribes
Fall before the setting sun.

His women - - young and old
Dead and dying
Host the killer AIDS.
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Sunday, February 17, 2008
Topic(s) of this poem: africa
(Aids rages out of control savaging the continent of Africa)
Chinedu Dike 02 June 2019
Very deep and passionate write. Witty, thought provoking, clear, and focused. Thanks for sharing.
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Aldrich Suarez 02 March 2018
true..this is a very sensational issue nowadays....not only sensational but it is also sensitive...thanks for creating such wonderful poem...i am looking forward to get a copy of your book) great!
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Jabulani Mzinyathi 13 November 2017
captures the essence of how africa still is in chains. the physical ones are gone but the continent reels under poverty ignorance and diseases. the rich brothers plundered africa so they will not own up or even pay reparations
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Kgashane Cacious Mogale 10 November 2017
very true...good writing
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Sahra Hussein 23 April 2016
really good poem It really shows that it is from heart I liked it
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Jasbir Chatterjee 13 April 2015
nice poem...written with a loving and a caring heart...
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Chris Zachariou 15 July 2014
Great poem. Words from the heart to bring home the sense guilt we in northern hemisphere must bear.
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Why Should i Live 28 January 2009
wow, very heart touching piece.....
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Theo Ray 06 January 2009
This poem really hits me in the heart, I love it.
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Salem Egoh 13 December 2008
Africa shall be fertile again, and God shall ease the pain.
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