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Black Is Beautiful

Black is beautiful and I am proud to be born black. It has the chocklet. Chocklate is sweet no wonder everyone likes it, so is my skin color. Proud to be born black.
Black is not cursed, God is God of all of us, he loves the black skin just like he loves the one skin, because of this I will not be intimidated about my skin color because black is beautiful.
Black is beautiful because it is a symbol of strength seen from the hardworking miners at chambeshi mines, or as strong as an Africa woman carrying a calabash on her head. Being black is my pride and this I will not hide as I ride on the fertile land of the blacks, black is beautiful.

Black is beautiful being black I possess a symbol of power authority, and the confidence that I can do all things. I do not have to bleach to look like while for I may end up looking like a Zebra, I do not have to change my lips to red, as might look like an animal that has dipped its mouth in cold blood. Black is beautiful.
Black is beautiful, as it is a symbol of honor and modesty, black is beautiful as it is a symbol hospitality, black is beautiful it is a symbol of a beautiful continent, “Africa“, and I am proud to be born black.
 
Preston Mwiinga

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  298.     

Africa My Motherland

Africa!
my motherland
in you i have identified my name
my name buried so long under
the pains of separation and segregation
my eyes are seeing the excellency of the present
and my ears hearing No More Racism

o! Africa
revealed beyond the rains of the past
with days of dreams and abandoned ideas
in your presence i have discovered
the memory of our being.
serving my motherland is my hobby

God bless Africa! !
My motherland! ! !
 
favour ugwumba

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  299.     

Scuderia

Wild life!
Wild animals,
Living in the forest of Africa;
With the animals around me like visiting the zoo.
Scuderia, side, iar, is, said, aids, due, use, acis, sea, dear, read, reads, red, as, raid!
A living testimony,
With the harmony of the trees and the animals in the forest of Africa;
Going that way!
Coming this way;
Percent, cent, sent, went!
With the scores of life,
With the percentage of everyrthing around us on this earth,
Sage, age, page, stage, gage, passage, luggage, percentage, advantage, vantage, cage!
With the dialogue of Africa on air.
 
Edward Kofi Louis

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Africa Bleeds

Empress of African sorrow
Purple night has blistered the heart
Thistles of the western wind
Insolated diseased children
Cries like buried alive
Tuberculosis and aids
Epidemic and pestilence 2014

She weeps before the sun
Sanitarium filled with despair
Major drug companies turn away
Heartburn, anti cholesterol business
Not profitable to invest in poor Africa
Africa 11% of the world’s population
29% of the worlds TB -34% of world’s death

Africa Bleeds like a forsaken child dying of TB
 
Joseph Narusiewicz

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