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Author Name: Freeikoli 10 Comments
Date Added: March 06, 2005 02:03:52 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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african dreamer

I am an African

Who loves his land,

I am a Blackman

Who loves his race,

I am a man

Who loves a woman.

I am the 2nd son of Bongongo,

Last born out of Bolankendu,

I am a proud son of the Congo.

I am a dreamer, who strives for his dream,

Utopia, the African paradise.

a land

Where the feeble hold the power,

Where the deaf have voices,

Where the blinds see the path,

Where the dwarfs touch the heavens,

Where the armless make fists,

Where the feetless walk distances.

I am a dreamer,

Who strive for his dream.

Utopia, the African paradise.

A land where tranquillity reigns,

Where equality is norm,

Where integrity is honoured,

Where beauty lies in the heart,

Where the do's weight respect not pocket dept,

Where the pen is the weapon,

A land where the binary notion does not apply,

Where the only ethnicity is humanity.

Yes, I am a dreamer.

I am a boxer with off..ed gloves,

Ready to jab for his dream, utopia

I am an African warrior

Ready to defend his heritage, his land,his dream.

The African paradise.

 

Author's Notes:

i imagined.Lennon was right,imagine.

i am a dreamer  but i am not the only one.

King dreamed,Mandela dreamed.so can you.

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Comments:
Comment By: FreeAdri on April 25, 2006 07:25:55 AM Report
I understand completely... You have to be South African to understand that we live in paradise, and its worth fighting for. Good piece, very passionate!!
Adri

Comment By: FreeSoulfulPoeticKing on October 7, 2005 10:54:08 PM Report
I like how you state that you are "ready to defend his heritage, his land, his dream. The African paradise."..this is very beautiful in a whole view to my mind because you speak very strong in your words and that creates more power. great message in the about this poem section..we all can dream!..great write and I hope to read more of your everlasting inspiring writes. Thank you for the enjoyment. Take care and have a nice day!..god bless you and ur god given talent!
~SoulfulPoeticKing~
Comment By: FreeMocha on October 7, 2005 10:39:57 PM Report
Pride is not the word here, theres another that won't cross my palet due to greatness. I truly enjoyed this Ikoli.....truly.

Love,

~The One and Only Chelsey V. aka Mocha~
Comment By: FreeMary on August 15, 2005 02:20:40 PM Report
wow im am also a african but not from africa though i always wanted to visit all peple think about when they hear the word africa is the bad things theve seen on tv but if u really take ur time and take a tour a africa u relize whats on tv most of it isnt true africa can be beautiful
beautiful write
Comment By: FreeOracle on July 28, 2005 11:10:01 AM Report
I always believed African warriors were poets. It's wonderful to see that there exists still some African warriors whose war has nothing to do with the shedding of blood but with the emancipation of the mind and the bringing to pass of the dreams of our forefathers: An African Utopia.
Excellent piece of art.
Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on April 23, 2005 08:52:41 AM Report
FANTASTIC!! What a wonderful poem full of pride and hope. Your land had suffered terribly yet your people have such dignity!
Alison Storm Wolf taking this into favs.
Comment By: FreeSavanahB on March 25, 2005 10:16:43 PM Report
This should be all mankinds anthem. I bow to the power of your pen! Let the ink flow and not the men's blood. Savanah
Comment By: FreeBOB on March 16, 2005 06:38:53 PM Report
A great piece of writing Ikoli, one day your dream will come true and the world will hold out its hand in friendship to each other, Bob :)
Comment By: FreeMary AnnieA.V. on March 9, 2005 12:54:20 AM Report
this is so good.. dream on.. dream big.. and then..of course.. God bless..anna maria
Comment By: FreeMartha Heidel on March 6, 2005 02:58:11 AM Report
Wow, beautiful write. I love the line "where the only ethnicity is humanity."
Great job.

Martha/1loca64




 


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