You could start with the land by Thama Khomunala

Thama Khomunala | September 28th, 2017 | a poem a day challenge, poetry | No Comments

Dear Blacks
We hear you, so now what?
Yours faithfully.

Picture this, the optimal parody
Picture black with no poverty
Picture black owned land
That we own in majority
Picture black content
That goes further than poetry
Picture published in text books
And taught in a varsity
Picture pan African, if You can, then We can
Come up with a plan because
A black, makes a plan too
So who are, all my modern day Subukwes?
Aluta – continua, young entrepreneur
You’re a black diamond that grew from blood on the sand
We’re the fruit of our land
So you can start with the land.

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