Each poem is an individual life form --- it takes love to make, wisdom to nurture.
Poem for Beauty indeed - this is a excellent - it could be a spoken word poem, as it is very lyrical and flows so smoothly.
thanks Poets United!
This is my vision of Africa too. I so love this poem! Beautiful.
thanks Sherry Blue Sky!
What a wonderful vision of Africa! Love the lyrical rhythm.
thanks PD! This is certainly one of my favorite too:-)
This is my first visit to your site and I feel your passion to write. It comes through in your post here with imagery that tells a story. I will come again to see what else you have. Thank You!
Thanks Renee for you visit and comments!
A mythical Africa-an Africa of the imagination.
your work is unique and refreshing.keep it up.join poets rally today.we love your talent.xoxox
Glad to have you in.amazing inspirations,have fun in the rally.
Welcome Jingle! Thanks!
Outstanding. WHat a way with words. This is great read aloud and could be a part of a film. Super skill.
This is indeed a wonderful vision of Africa.Great imagery!
very beautiful way you've engaged human consciousness with a piece of geography in poetic form! I love it! Cindy
@Henry Clemmons, Andy, Cindy eksuzian,Thanks for all your kind words!
Lovely picture you've painted today...
Great topic, great imagery.I'm not sure Eden was ever Paradise, though.
Very enchanting. It reminds me of the stories I've heard that come from Africa.
Wow........that has me wowing. It's true that Africa, the great continent that it is, is the last remaining mystery in the world. One which is full of jewels.
I agree this poem has a sensational lyrical quality and it makes me want to visit Africa!
@myjoysandhealing, underthetoadstool, mindlovemisery, thanks for all your wonderful comments!
Idyllic...I wondered at the start if it was going to take a dark twist somewhere...thank you--thought provoking.
thanks Mirian Sagan!
this makes Africa so wow! :)
thanks Jack Edwards Poetry!
Lovely poem! I really enjoyed this one! How I wish my country never woke up from "the moonlit innocence of eden"! Brilliant!
thanks Dan Baker!