Bring Africa To Life Poem
Bring Africa to life.
She cannot live in that desolated den.
Bring Light so she can see.
Bring air so she breath in.
She is a marvel of creation,
but with earthly trouble within.
Attacked from the soul so she is bleeding.
Noise is what she lying in.
Suffocation is where she destine.
Crying for today but tomorrow is swine.
Her neck pocked with a hot iron.
Dark spells on her like Kunta Kinte in chain.
Wish she can change the body of complain,
to a parade of men matching home to Zion.
But her body in rain earthly jaded of pain.
I laugh at the you, because you fooling her.
I laugh at you, because you are bullying her.
Your colonial language is a pill killing her.
Your rule is offending her.
Your education is death to her.
Your love is a violation of her.
Your health is blood from her.
Your wealth leaves hunger to her.
Bring Africa to life, before a human disaster.
Bring Africa To Life Poem lyricsare written by ©CyrusMigadde.com. Bring Africa To Life Poem is one of the poems in the Africa Poems Chapter of Cyrus Migadde debut book “Dreams Mislaid – 50 Poems About Life– 50 Poems About Life”, that was launched on 29th of April 2016. Please note, authorized use of this poem is prohibited – To use or buy these Poem lyrics mail to: Info@cyrusmigadde.com or here
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