GONE by Ken Mamman

A heart is a home a home of all the care You have in you all the understanding a heart is you you are a heart free it came like a birth shattered it went like the tortoise mashed and therted trempled upon non stop today it gives only hate not care disgust not like… Continue reading GONE by Ken Mamman

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MY PAINS by Ken Mamman

I hear cries everywhere At night I sleep not In the day restless I be I see the homes of me families Turn to shreds Blood suckers everywhere On our lands the  lads cry for mama’s breast But mama is gone Gone so far that we see her not Daddy is cold, no warmth for him… Continue reading MY PAINS by Ken Mamman

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TA IYA by Ken Mamman

Yarinya yar matan You are a true child of your mama Kalonki kawai is a blessing to heart Darinya ki something I have never seen You embody true africaness in you The blood of and sweat of our fathers Run throw your jijiya Ina gaki, you make lose my hakali Because beauty na ki is… Continue reading TA IYA by Ken Mamman

GATAN AREWA by Ken Mamman

Taka a hankali Most beautiful Yarinya yar north-side Sarautar ki is not what we see everyday Yours is in the zuciya They see you but can’t look at you Your beauty brightens the day Of those that like tagumi It shines so brightly that Even the sun cannot contest The moon is so jealous Of… Continue reading GATAN AREWA by Ken Mamman

AFRICAN BEAUT by Ken Mamman

Beauty is essential in the eyes Of the beholder Look how gorgeous you are You red flawing top Looking like an angel sent To quench my manly thirst A real woman is you I come close to you and all I could feel was the whispers Of your aesthetics Oh! You’re a real African omoge… Continue reading AFRICAN BEAUT by Ken Mamman

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IFEMI by Kenneth Mamman Alli

Ifemi oh ifemi, ebony of beauty, a true african beauty, a model endowed with true african asthetics look at her so calm, smiling lik an angel, sent from heaven, her dark skin shines like diamonds, when she smiles the whiteness of her teeth blinks like the sun, oh my dearest ifemi, d lion of my… Continue reading IFEMI by Kenneth Mamman Alli

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