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AFRICA MUST UNITE! (Poem)

AFRICA MUST UNITE: (POEM)

Like the words spoken by the legendary Bob Marley

Africa must unite

To the soul of the leader of the African freedom-fight movement

Kwame Nkrumah that would bring such delight

In the hearts and minds of western slave masters

it will bring so much fright

Because for their success, Africa must have a divided and disastrous plight!

-Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
AMERICA DIVIDED WE STAND?!
A COLLECTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL POETRY.
NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE

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Bring back the sistas with the natural hair! (Poem)

Bring back the sistas with the natural hair:

Bring back the sistas with the natural hair

From dark chocolate to fair

Who in the 1960’s if they saw a weave they would of despised it

And proudly wore their unique and gorgeous-African crown and did not care if a white supremacist liked it!

-LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
AMERICA: DIVIDED WE STAND?!
A COLLECTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL POETRY
NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE

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Nsa got eyes on WE ( poem)

NSA GOT EYES ON WE:

Nsa today, Cointelpro yesterday with the exception of the colorful man in charge

Nixon or nigga, not a damn thing, but the time has changed

government has been breaking more laws than all the combined street gangs

yet unlike tookie Williams, no jail time happens because even when they’re awake, like ignorant children the citizens are napping!

-Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
AMERICA: DIVIDED WE STAND?!
A COLLECTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL POETRY
NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE

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U.S. POLICY (POEM)

U.S. Policy:

I hate to hurt your feelings, about the illegal u.s. dealings

But the u.s. fought Iraq for oil, the war of Iraqi freedom was a lie.

That even the biggest fools can’t deny

Besides there is genocide going on inside Darfur

A whole race of people being wiped out and put through hell by terrorist cells

But the U.S. and the superpowers will not fight because their money lender China already owns Sudan’s oil rights!

-Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
America: Divided WE Stand!?
A COLLECTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL POETRY