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Funny Africa Poems

These Funny Africa poems are examples of Africa poems about Funny. These are the best examples of Africa Funny poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Giraffe Laugh
Like, Yogi and Boo-Boo out on the trail. 
With heads in the clouds it’s easy to smell 
food; even that on the ground. 
Three porridges...

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Categories: adventure, africa, animal, fun,

The Nigerian Super Eagles
In the land of Nigeria, strong and bold,
Super Eagles soar, stories to be told.
To the final they’ve flown, no easy feat,
God’s grace and hard work,...

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Categories: adventure, africa, parents,

More pure than a lake of baptized sins 
I just wanna get money and match my friends 
She wash in Lake Minnetonka with a devilish...

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Categories: africa, blessing, family, for


Every night
My heart belongs to you

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Categories: africa, betrayal, courage, fate,

Premium Member Friendly Invasion
War is never nice and friendly
Make no error about it
Invasion is war, death of a country
Nostra culpa est
There is no amicable invasion
Obviously, this is an...

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Categories: africa, america, conflict, death,

Premium Member Conniving Giraffes
I've never seen a more comical face
than that of a giraffe begging for corn.
Its black tongue makes it look like a nut-case,
as its eyes stare...

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Categories: africa, animal, car, care,

" Intelligent people learn to make strong friendship with the most criticized person in the community"
Quote by poet. 

Zero has value than Empty
In mathematical contest...

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Categories: africa, fairy, irony,

Oh Life
Oh! Life
To make someone happy
You have to lose your hapiness.

Oh! Life 
To make someone succeed 
You have to sacrifice your time.

Oh! Life 
To make someone...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, funny,

How a Snake Lost Hope
I saw 
some mouses 
Two multicoulored 

The snakes 
The mouses.

After seeing those 
Two venomous
And dangerous  
Reptiles , 

I stoped
Labouring the ground 
To chase the snakes.


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Categories: 12th grade, africa, analogy,

Beauty of Farming
I was with them in gardens 
                    Planting some vegetables.

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Categories: africa, 12th grade, animal, beauty,

Duper Woman
I used to miss your touch, now your hands feel like claws

I used to melt in your stare, now your eyes come with bristles

I used...

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Categories: africa, age, feelings, freedom,

Poetry is the beauty of the mind
Only the clever can define

It is the dance of the pen
Only the toddlers call it a ten

It is a...

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Categories: 1st grade, africa, metaphor,

Broken Wings

I spread my wings
And feather
But I couldn't fly.

I open my ears
And heart
Yet I couldn't hear.

I open my mouth
And lips
But I couldn't talk.

I close my...

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Categories: 1st grade, africa, allah,

Riddle Me This Riddle Me That
Riddle me this, riddle me that. This is not a game nor for fun, 
until you really finally get to know that someone. 

They were...

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Categories: africa, blessing, culture, destiny,

Slave and Salve
its funny how words contain stories
call them by the synonym, mysteries

SLAVE also has an antidote: SALVE
where SALE of humans rendered some HALVES
of what Nature's God...

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Categories: africa, betrayal, bible, community,

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