The Children of Signatures

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iUniverse, 2004 - Poetry - 88 pages
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The Children of Signatures embodies mixed feelings of love and disappointment. While it expresses profound love for Africa, it also portrays the problems facing the continent as self-induced. With flashback into history, it draws parallels with the present state of the continent and challenges Africa to view its problems from a moral mirror.

Simple in language, rich in depth and imagery; the collection also touches on other aspects of human life.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Black holes
14
Politics in our hands
27
Sandals on the Highway
33
Old haze
46
War and Oil
59
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