Words from Africa

Words from Africa
The African poet that uses the name Wealthy Progression sends us some words from Africa. The poem that he wanted to share, is all about his attempts to be successful in life.

The African poet that uses the name Wealthy Progression sends us some words from Africa. The poem that he wanted to share, is all about his attempts to be successful in life.

About the poem

The poet had the following to say about his poem:

“This poem is all about what people will say about my actions,how they’re gonna judge me as I’m striving hard to succeed perhaps if I don’t get up to expectation… I wrote this one peaceful morning when thoughts came about the even and the odd.“

What is life, when your health lets you down? What is love, when you are struggling to find the right one and keep the love close to your heart? These are hard questions to answer. This is what the essence is of the message this poets wants to share with us. These words might have been written in Africa, but they may well have been written elsewhere. Unfortunately, the fact that this poet lives in this part of the world does matter when it comes to health issues.

If we have to point out some word of criticism, it would be the use of capitalization. That could be a little bit better, but in a way – this shows us that this poet is struggling. Struggling, towards the end. When judgement calls.

Words from Africa

What would people say:
If I lost my inner sight to see the heart of a savage
For…
I ignored the good ones that wouldn’t give me a penny
but at least care for me.
unpredictable actions that I possess,
Seems good to me but otherwise out there.

What would people say:
If I keep failing as I work hard,
If I keep falling as I run to the blissful isle,
If I exhibit a “hand to mouth“ mechanism,
If I have no dime to afford a bottle of stout.

What would people say:
As I’m wretched in wealth,
I’ve got all currencies but not in good health,
As I’m rich but can’t reach for my dreams,
I’ ve got no strong point to pick at the peak.

What would people say:
About my love life,
If I adore five girls but treat one like a mess,
If I love Jane but I’ ve got no chance for Cindy and Bridget,
I feel insane with my trust issues.

What would people say:
About my lifestyle at my funeral,
For I’d be deaf to hear anyone,
For I’d only be up to receive my judgement,
For I’d have no chance to amend ways; too late,
For I’d be judged bases on my doings and what they say.

Wealthy Progression

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Words from Africa
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Words from Africa
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Read the poem and the description of this poem that is written by the African poet that uses the name Wealthy Progression.
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