Kctony Xtopher Nkwocha
Lost Glory - Poem by Kctony Xtopher Nkwocha
I cry for Mama Africa
Mama’s children once united in love
vying for their brothers
protecting and loving their sisters
Now night has beclouded you
Your voice less that of the ewe
Only sonorous in foreign cove
Your backyard open to strangers
Your roof leak to dangers
Fight for a new dawn!
Stop behaving like a fawn!
Arise! Regain your nature clove
Don’t be insidious
but be amorous…
In fight for your lost glory.
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