When you thought it was roaring to scare and to swallow you, the ocean was addressing you with love. With its arms wide open It drew you closer, to liberate your filthy sorrows, to set your soul free from the weights of regret and drown to death your old mad misery.
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I see this guy at work sometimes. He looks drained.
Eye lids halfway down. Neck dropped. Walking so slow, as if he wants slow down time.
To his left there are kids playing with cups, he looks at them and smiles. I guess that brought back memories of feelings of freedom.
To me freedom is having no fear. I don’t want to fear paying bills on time, I don’t want to fear trying to create an image people would accept. I don’t want to fear the reality that maybe my life isn’t going the way I’d hoped.
I want freedom from all that.
But “realists” love to say that’s just how life goes.
In African American History class, my teacher told me that Harriet Tubman only saved about 60 slaves, and most of them were family, but there’s a quote from her that says ‘I could have saved thousands - if only I’d been able to convince them they were slaves.’ And that got me thinking. Back then some of those slaves probably thought that that’s just how life goes too. “That’s how things are supposed to be”
Well **** that not me. I’ma challenge “reality.” Maybe that’s not my reality because maybe reality can just be your own perception of it. Mixed in with a little hard work.
So I’ll change what I listen to, I’ll change what and who I’m around because “sweet love and sunshine, if it’s all in the air, then it’s all on your mind.”
Speak African child, speak. for you poses a mouth that heals nations. It is in thine voice in the vibrations of thy mouth that remedies are provided to our ailments.
speak African child, speak. speak against the calamities that befall your land. speak against that hand that he dare raises against your bare skin. speak against the blood of your brothers spilled to please others.
Speak for Africa that is one and united, Africa that does not know of any racial divides. Africa that knows no skin colour. speak African child speak. for you are the voice of liberation. speak for your voice are the echoes of our ancestors.
child labour, human trafficking, child *******, school violence, femicides, suicides. and you say you see this not. African child where is your voice in all of this. doesn't that skin, that accent and ***** hair mark you as of African descent.
Speak African child speak for you bare the answers to our questions, you bare the sole of our history.