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I Love Africa

I love Africa, my beautiful Africa
I can roam in the bushes
I can run up the mountains
Down the valleys
Across the plains
Or get lost in the forests
Or the caves
I can soak the sun
On the sand at the beach 
Or bake in the desert sun
Until I should find an oasis
I can stand on the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro 
And if that is too tall 
I can try the difficult Mt. Kenya
And touch the floating cloud
I can swim in the ocean or in the lake 
Or in the dam or pond or paddle
I can also swim in the Nile or the Congo 
Or the Niger or the Zambezi or the Limpopo
Or a thousand other rivers 
I can catch kamongo in Lake Victoria 
Or the bream on Lake Tanganyika or Malawi 
Or bait the tiger fish in Kariba or Cahora Bassa
I can mine diamonds in Congo or Chiadzwa 
Dig for gold in Ghana or Tanzania
Or just pick gems and cowry shells wherever I roam
From Cape to Cairo and from Timbuktu to Mombasa
Or just in my dreams.


Copyright © Gerald Kithinji | Year Posted 2013


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Karmic Money

Endyminion pay into the galactic bank,
A million credits,
He's got his bottle back,
He's tidied his room of infinity,
And now he knows he's a rich man,
The women come and go,
He's looking for Lisa,
Charity is sparing his enemies life,
So party all night Endyminion,
Because they used to make fun of you,
And when you run you run far,
Silence in court Endyminion,
The people scream,
Egged on by the old hag,
Suffering caused by the invisible angels,
When the autumn leaves fall.
He sees the years preoccupation written on the stem,
Now his friends and relations dig for gold,
Where your heart is  still with nature Endyminion,
The bible in the bible,
So you love your mother earth,
Save the perfect World write home to heaven,
Denial of earth's easy love,
Provides a steady stream of tears.
But thinking of the season of unspoken worlds,
Surely home is where the heart is.


Copyright © Anthony Dover | Year Posted 2013