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Still I Rise by Jazz Africa

Jazz Africa | August 2nd, 2011 | poetry | No Comments

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[tab id=1]Traces and faces I protest
The long awaiting silence of my soul I reclaim
No more dying words
Ormeta no more, hush be gone
No pain stored
Love recalls
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[tab id=2] I write so that those who are in the same space as myself or so that those who are willing to get into my space can hear what I am putting across. My words are simple and my message is always clear, my thoughts and feelings are best described in words and movements. I’m a Black African Woman and this is my message to the world. This is my time, this is my life and this a gift I intend to use.[/tab]

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