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JO AFRICA is an affiliate of "The East African Library of Creative Writings" operating mostly online. It's the fiction trend leader that publishes creative works such as poems, novels, short stories, essays, inspirational and motivational speeches from both local and international up-coming and well established novelists, poets and essayists. The forum provides ground-breaking spicy poems, short stories, lesson notes and so forth and so on concerning literature that can help a student, a teacher or any other interested fellow who loves learning through works of art. Registration is free and takes less than 2 minutes. The term "Jo Africa" is of Luo origin literally translating to "The Africans" or "The Natives of Africa". The term was coined by Jonathan Tafreg, the proponent and the founding father of FICTION CORRIDOR, the East African based Literature Society. Join us today and be part of this prestigious avant-garde literature sanctuary.

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PostSubject: BABE MARIA   Sat Oct 06, 2018 12:56 pm

Babe Maria!
Babe hope that you know me,
Babe good morning!
Listen to me now, babe!
There’s a warning!
Prison will call me.
 
Hello!
I was your classmate,
Babe you were my soul mate,
You promised that you’ll marry me:
The time you are a graduate!
 
Babe I never knew,
That your teacher was your man:
But love is like flu:
See the way you gave me pain.
 
I took you like a sister,
You saw me like a mister,
The teacher was so jealous
And he said that I’m a gangster.
 
I’m using Marijuana,
Things I do not Africana,
He told the police,
That I stole his spanner!
 
Babe I went to prison and so…
It was a prison,
The very danger season,
The very crazy house my dear,
You must reason.
 
The house of correction,
You can’t ask a question,
I saw the strange things my babe,
I can’t mention.
 
I was jailed because of you,
And this time I’m free,
I prayed daily for you,
Babe can’t you see?
 
Don’t tell me that
You don’t know me,
Girl remember the past,
Hey! I was your men,
Let the promise come to pass!
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