African Poems

Holding The World

African Poem | General Poem : He holds the world on his shoulders... He carries it with such calm Walkin bodly ...head held high... All in the midst of his storms... Battles ...on a daily... But his armour of God... Saves him... He's covered... So when he's finally released in her presence... She holds him... A

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Verbal Attacks

African Poem | Political Poem : Behind shadows they hide tongues like razors sharp with death spun lies, and bitter anger. Assassins with passion slay with strife hearts turned to ashes, and miserable lives.  They seek my downfall on concrete walls verbal attacks, my soul slandered with coals. She is the wrong d

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God Thank You For My Gift

Black Poem | African Poem : As The Sun Creeps Through My Hut I Awake With A Beautiful Woman’s Head Lying On My Chest I say God Thank You For My Gift. As She sleeps So Soundly As A New Born Baby She Is Not Restless At All Maybe I

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AFRICAN CHILD

Black Poem | African Poem : AFRICAN CHILD Specie with a complex destiny An offspring endowed by divinity Even so, a victim of circumstance This is the tale of the African child’s chance Rising above many odds, he is a

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AFRICA! A DARK CONTINENT?

Black Poem | African Poem : AFRICA! A DARK CONTINENT? I saw light,   And connected early in flight Making civilization my right Much conquest displayed our might Gigantic empires, our hallmark My ingenuity, the pyram

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AFRICA! A DARK CONTINENT?

Black Poem | African Poem : AFRICA! A DARK CONTINENT? I saw light,   And connected early in flight Making civilization my right Much conquest displayed our might Gigantic empires, our hallmark My ingenuity, the pyram

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Modern queen

Black Poem | African Poem : I will never forsake you I will alway honor you by protecting you not sex you then neglect you and mislead you then disrespect you. You are the universe, so therefore i refer to you as Ms universe. Th

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Stole

Black Poem | African Poem : Stole Stole me from my land where I was brave and took me to yours where I became a slave chains around my neck ,arms and feet And wit yo whip i was beat

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shackleles

Black Poem | African Poem :  AS I  escape my enemies running with the slaves i leave it all behind no looking back my eyes have seen my ears have heard  running with vengeances in my heart hear my ansters crying

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Heavy Breathing

Black Poem | African Poem : The heavy breathing of a slave running away from his grave Through the bushes, and the swamps he has been waiting for ths day Kill or be killed found a gun in his masters safe ready to let off any white man to ever come his way sounds of hound dogs lurk through the cloudy swamp he close's his eyes l

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COLOR

Black Poem | African Poem : I am color bold and brilliant reached out to the sky I proclaim myself I am meaningful tall I stand tall as the heavens My voice scream to the winds my eyes looking into the horizon I am color my dance tells tales of those who walked the paths before me those who?s names mean power AFRICA I AM C

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COLOR

Black Poem | African Poem : I am color bold and brilliant reached out to the sky I proclaim myself I am meaningful tall I stand tall as the heavens My voice scream to the winds my eyes looking into the horizon I am color my dance tells tales of those who walked the paths before me those who?s names mean power AFRICA I AM C

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Freelancing

Black Poem | African Poem : I've been a slave for so long my skin black and I know that Can't get a high rank in the world Unless I was Donald Trump's little girl I walk in the store and they follow me Checking me out from head to feet Following me around like I want to steal When the white girl got money and ain't gone buy ??

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Ego Trippin

Black Poem | African Poem : I was born in the Congo I walked to the fertile crescent and built the Sphinx I designed a pyramid so tough that a star that glows every one hundred years falls into the center giving divine perfect light I AM BAD I sat on the throne drinking nectar with Allah I got hot and sent an ice age to Europe

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Okay at the end of the ride

Black Poem | African Poem : Mother dont cryFather stay by my sidesister its alrightall will be okay at the end of the rideBrother do not pick up that gun cousin push him off you, take ur clothes and runnana continues to pray that all will stayOkay at the end of the ride. Black people growblack people learnblack people sofull o

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