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  5.     

A Bird_Song Surfing On The Oceans Of Humanity

Bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilization

bloomings and births of universal truths in the 21st century on the verge of diversity and differences in moment to moment transitional identities in the zone of culture and civilizatin!
 
Nyein Way

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  6.     

Pop And Culture

Peeps peep on pop and culture.
People peep on pop and culture.
There's a peep on pop and culture,
With not a poop to stop.

They peep on pop and culture.
People peep on pop and culture.
There is a peep on pop and culture,
Without a poop to stop.

Lady Gaga got that pop.
People peep on pop and culture.
Taylor Swift's got Country Rock.
People peep on pop and culture.
And Kanye's a social poppa.
People peep on pop and culture.
With Beyonce and Jay-Z,
Seen on top in magazines.

Peeps peep on pop and culture.
People peep on pop and culture.
There's a peep on pop and culture,
With no poop to stop.

Peeps peep on pop and culture.
People peep on pop and culture.
There's a peep on pop and culture,
With no poop to stop.


We feed on Beatles.
Those songs of Beatles.
We feed on Beatles.
And...
Prince is there with beats.
And Michael Jackson's Pop is sweet.

We feed on Beatles.
Those songs of Beatles.
We feed on Beatles.
And Lady Gaga just rocks.

We feed on Beatles.
And they introduced this culture shock.

Peeps peep on pop and culture.
People peep on pop and culture.
There's a peep on pop and culture,
With not a poop to stop.
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar

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  7.     

More Pop Is The Culture

More POP is the culture.
Given more significance to it meant.
And getting more POP is a culture,
Feasting on decadence.
And 'blinging' things that make no sense.

Getting more POP is a culture,
And given more significance.
But,
Losing ground is sanity,
Invented to dispense.

Oh yes more POP is the culture.
Fed to deadened heads.
Oh yes more POP is the culture.
And given more significance.
But,
Losing ground is sanity,
Invented to dispense.

Oh yes more POP is the culture.
Worship it or leave.
Oh yes more POP is the culture.
In heads to believe.

Oh yes more POP is the culture.
Fed to deadened heads.
Oh yes more POP is the culture.
And given more significance.
But,
Losing ground is sanity,
Invented to dispense.

More POP is the culture.
And given a significance meant.
Oh yes more POP is the culture.
And 'blinging' things that make no sense.

More more more POP is the culture.
And given a significance meant.
Oh yes more POP is the culture.
And 'blinging' things that make no sense.

More POP as a culture.
I want it as a need.
More more more POP as a culture.
I need it give it please.

Give me more POP as a culture.
I want it as a need.
More more more POP as a culture.
I need it give it please.
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar

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  8.     

The Time For Victory

Africa we have suffered for a long time now we have been slaves in our 0wn continent. some tho not whites have become masters. It now seems there the founders of Africa. They say an African child can never learn without a Whip. Families have been destroyed, Fathers have been separated from their children, Mothers are mistreated, Young boys made to work for long hours and girls defiled. The Time for victory has come rise up Zambia. Zimbabwe prepare your weapons for War. And South Africa your first aid equipment. Africa let us unite in order for us to claim our victory. Patriotic whites witb us give us a helping hand in obtaining our freedom. Even though we got our independence, we are not free.

Indeed mother Africa defend us your children for we can no longer be slaves in our own land. We are slaves to our own culture; we are forced to take on the western one. Our culture has been disrespected. Traditions which have existed for a long time have been destroyed. A young girl can never kneel when greeting elders or when serving her Father. She has become a disgrace to our customs she no longer cares what she puts on in the presence of elders. A boy child has also become dislocated, his mother tongue has changed. He now speaks as if he has eaten hot chili.
Due to technology and easy access to internet, they enjoy viewing pornographic materials and have learnt to insult. They treat their parents like their equal. Most men who have married dislocated women have stories to tell, they complain day and night. And men who have married women who understand the importance of culture and traditional values in our modern society as well got the suspense that never ends to tell. Africa rise up and say no to foreign culture and tradition and move on as real cultured people in society
 
Preston Mwiinga

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