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Author Name: Freeikoli 4 Comments
Date Added: September 04, 2006 10:09:56 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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tarzan what a scam
from the west to the forest
come as a toodler taught by apes
he became king.
tell me where did crash?
equatorial forest my son.
i m a Congolese,
my tribe from equatorial forest,
a mungala,ekonda.
tarzan what a slap in the cheek.
i will not give the other.
imperial mentality infesting my mind.
may be when he crashed
there werent natives fit to be King.
may be natives are the apes.
i have no hatred for the imperialist but pity.
he needs to minimise to elevate his ego.
simply a sign of  inferioty complex.
Author's Notes:
    let me hav ur views
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Comment By: Freejakemcqueen on April 4, 2010 07:32:44 AM Report
Wow! aren't you Lucky, you only had one imperialist to deal with. Here I have to deal thousands on a daily basis. Don't hate or dislike them it's a mental issue (sickness) that they have to deal with.

Oh! by the way, I always questioned out of the millions of blacks there, why would the apes fall for a

baby of no color. We're much closer in skin tone!


                                                                                                             Dr. Jay


Comment By: FreeSoulfulPoeticKing on October 4, 2006 12:40:15 PM Report
yes, I enjoyed the perspective view you took upon this write..Africa is a beautiful continent and I'm sure the land is beyond beauty..I have never travelled, but wish to do so one day..Tarzan, yes, should not be considered a "king", but lesser; maybe an ape..I can agree with how you ask for simpler is true what your words speak and their interpretations give off a strong message..your style is gracious as you write..continue to do so..

Take care


Comment By: FreeChelsea W on September 5, 2006 11:26:01 AM Report
what an interesting perspective... I've never thought of it this way.
nice write though, well done!

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on September 4, 2006 10:44:35 AM Report
Interesting poem Sir,
 You speak  they way you fell about this man called ..Tarzan.. and that is ok... because it how you feel about this scams you call it..
In America we enjoy heros and fantasy its just part of our culture that we enjoy ... I for one as  young girl was so drawn to Africa I always wanted to go there some day because I"m such a wild free spirit I know I could live in the dark world of animals and beauty... I have a friend who lives there and to me he is my Wild Jungle man..My Tarzan
So in a way I have your world... Sorry its how I feel that counts to me...  ~She Whispers  


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