Frank Bana

Dreams In Africa - Poem by Frank Bana

In the mouth of the wide savannah
The air of the hot midday
Casts on us a veil of stillness
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Comments about Dreams In Africa by Frank Bana

  • Linda Ori (5/13/2006 10:35:00 AM)

    Frank - Thanks for the trip to a very unusual place. You set the scene wonderfully - I can just see the vast expanse of the savannah, and smell the hot air and the dry grass. You bring your poem to life. Great read!

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