Ali Eckermann

(1963 - / Kaurna / Australia)

Kumana - Poem by Ali Eckermann

There is no life
but Family.

When I am young
I live with my Family.

When I grow up
I leave my Family.

When I am lonely
I miss my Family.

When I am drunk
I reverse-charge my Family.

When I pass away
I unite my Family.

There is no life
but Family.


Comments about Kumana by Ali Eckermann

  • Robert Murray Smith (4/20/2018 5:04:00 AM)


    A simplistic poem centered on family. I suppose most humans feel the same way. We are all ancient people that come from the first humans. The fact that we travelled through Africa to other parts of the Earth and settled in various countries is not of great significance. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 2, 2012



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