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Africa Personification Poems

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


My everyday crush by Leo Mbalamana

Despite being religious 
loving and generous 
Humble but famous 
You are so gorgeous
Your personality is fabulous 
you still make me nervous 
Goodness gracious 
You are...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

MY THRONE by Sibusisiwe Ncede
I was born for it
I was raised for it
I was taught for it
I had fought for it
I truly deserve it
I worthy of it
Its got my...

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Categories: africa, art, creation, culture,



47 jump by Leo Mbalamana
I’m always on course 
Living life with no remorse 
Life is like a push and pull force
You only get back what you toss
Proud to be...

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Categories: africa, black african american,

Confidence by Leo Mbalamana
I’m at my highest pitch 
Too determined to glitch
The motto is love what you do and still get rich
Remain loyal to your team do not...

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Categories: 7th grade, 8th grade,

Take Control Leo Mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana
Living life based on people’s opinions won’t really take you far,you will always be the one ending up being hurt because you rather satisfy others...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Forward Always Leo Mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana
Just keep moving forward, it does not matter what you went through in your past and always remember you are not alone. Someone somewhere in...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, age,

1234567889 Leo Mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana

I’m still living la vida loca 
A sip on that vodka 
Got me saying critics,Cala a boca
I’m trying my best
To move forward and manifest 
I...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Wedding dresses by Sifundo Khanyile
Savanna forest crayons
February 22 · 
White Dresses (Worker poems)

Dry land consist the soil,
that comprises of a grass,
it also consist of the rivers,
with banks of sands-

People...

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Categories: africa, age, care, career,

Where is Ubuntu by Drencho POET
Where is Ubuntu ? 

I wail
I lament
the death of Ubuntu
buried
and forgotten.
I wail
I lament 
the ignored tradition
of Ubuntu proclamation
Ubuntu that has been replaced
by cruelty
by human brutaluty.
I...

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Categories: abuse, heartbreak, sorrow,

Midnight roll call by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
International relations clerk on duty enters
In her hand is a list of nations from Africa
One by one she shouts out their surnames

The assembly monitors gives...

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Categories: africa, leadership, satire,

My Country Leo Mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana
 

Namibia my country my pride
I shall forever be by your side
The landscapes and people are the things I adore
But there is still more to...

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Categories: absence, adventure, africa, age,

Cry out to Mama Africa by Elizabeth Edoh
Cry out to Mama Africa.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are crying. 

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are suffering.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
The ancestors...

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Categories: africa, anger, betrayal, cry,

Cry out to Mama Africa by Elizabeth Edoh
Cry out to Mama Africa.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are crying. 

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are suffering.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
The ancestors...

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Categories: africa, anger, betrayal, cry,

O' Mother Ghana by Isaac Asante
       O' Mother Ghana 
O' mother Ghana, how proud am i to be your grand son
My skin so black...

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Categories: africa,

Thank you Leo mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana

Thank you so much 
For your embracing and warm touch
I became the person I am because of such
When I was cold 
You were always there...

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Categories: adventure, africa, allusion, anger,

Paranoia Leo mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana
I am in pain 
with a feeling that i can't explain
all I know it's difficult to contain 
I feel like pulling down the curtain
but as...

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Categories: absence, africa, allusion, anger,

Her Independence-NIGERIA by Sherifat Aduku
Her freedom She fought for, overcoming
 Hurdles' and struggles
Against all odds and cost
Alas! She did gain Her freedom
After Her history of pain
It was worth the...

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Categories: africa, birth, birthday,

Angry Sun by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
She comes down near my head daily
releasing sharp spears on it precisely
I shout for mercy but she listens not
without compassion she tortures me

Born brown angry...

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Categories: metaphor, sun,

Jim Crow's Demise by curtis johnson
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Categories: abuse, america, black african

Invisible Death Bite by Freddie Robinson Jr.
I rest perched atop my tree branch blind,
watching and waiting
for anything to unknowingly pass below
I got sleek, midnight skin ... 
distinct markings of a black...

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Categories: animal, death, hate, truth,