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Aluta Poems - Poems about Aluta

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The Crying Eye Sees
...The eye's seen enough The heart's beat a lot for the bluff Of the joyful hope of sorrow That’s promised for every morrow By the driver of the land's wealth— Who's covered the land's breath ......Read More
Categories: aluta, angel, voice,
Form: Other

At the Opened Door of the Weekday
...At the opened door of the weekday The throat of the gate is choked With the clamour of the cliché of Aluta continua! The little drop of hope For the poor to breath on Is now for the rich ......Read More
Categories: aluta, voice,
Form: Other
Peaceful Stolen World
...As I sit and watch Watch you denounce the obligatory violence Announcing and pronouncing the fabricated freedom Joyfully commemorating and celebrating your assassinated true leaders The enemy kil......Read More
Categories: aluta, africa, freedom, leadership, peace,
Form: Free verse
The Return of Justice In Nigeria
...The return of justice in Nigeria Freedom is the mother Of our right and justice No wonder we are out there In our various hot streets Demanding but not pleading We have pleaded for too long ......Read More
Categories: aluta, africa, dedication, deep, humanity,
Form: Epic
...Solidarity is forever Solidarity is forever Solidarity is forever We shall always fight for our right What a great chorus they always sing! Yet in their hearts Their belly they tend to save ......Read More
Categories: aluta, abuse, allegory, allusion, corruption,
Form: Lyric

October First
...Thinking of the bay that daily gush From our ray on this lengthy voyage. This at first wasn't envisage to be created, For our calculator has failed us in haste. Yes in haste it has failed us. ......Read More
Categories: aluta, abuse, africa, birth, corruption,
Form: Rispetto
The Hidden Tale From the Statue
...I walked pass the glorious work of Prinsloo and Vuuren that great and tall statue of Rolihlahla Mandela Embodying conciliation with a smile Embracing unity with open arms I turned around to sat......Read More
Categories: aluta, africa, black african american,
Form: Sonnet
The Unplanned World
...Why do we have the sky up and not down? Why does the earth has water all over it? Why do humans die and never return home? Why is the moon so far from the earth while We need light to lit the ent......Read More
Categories: aluta, abuse, age, art, universe,
Form: Blank verse
Change To Chain
...They have succeeded in putting those Chains to our legs and called it change. Is this change I see or chain in disguise? Blindly we have answered to their calls When the day is still young to be......Read More
Categories: aluta, africa, art,
Form: Blank verse
Breaking Rules For New Rule
...Breaking rules to make new rules Chasing godly minds to fish out moles New pals while old were in **** holes With them in d quarters of my life I make some new goals Jumping cliffs that could......Read More
Categories: aluta, addiction, friendship,
Form: ABC
Hand Work Vs Head Work
...Your leathery hands With hairs like a wolf's And nails disfigured Remind me of a figure Like the dew of the morning Is the sweat on your body With a thick repelling perfume Of salt water and f......Read More
Categories: aluta, work,
Form: Free verse
For Nelson Mandela An Elegy
...Aluta continua Was that word another message replaced And the room spun dark as web The tree no longer walks the night The bush is silent on the veld Madiba has passed the lion sleeping Has left the ......Read More
Categories: aluta, death,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member They Call Me Nelson
...Acquah Vicki on Sunday March 31, 2013 THEY CALL ME NELSON No man can keep the spirit contained He herded sheep when they called him by name (Rolihlahla) His teacher gave him a new name now ......Read More
Categories: aluta, dedication,
Form: Chant Royal
South African Freedom Day
...freedom day (april the 27th 1994) far too many brave compatriots died and flooding rivers of tears were cried far too many families ripped apart with daggers cutting into their heart the pai......Read More
Categories: aluta, forgiveness, history, hope, life,
Form: I do not know?
Forget Us Not
...Forget us not (For the countless South Africans, black and white, who sacrificed their lives for democracy) forget us not fellow traveller in our just cause ‘aluta continua’ was our refrain as we......Read More
Categories: aluta, dedication, freedom, history, people,
Form: I do not know?

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