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Our Earth survives recurring furies of her stomach pains and quakes From the bleeding anger of her wounds volcanic ash becomes the hope that gives rebirth to abundance of seedtimes.
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For I've read in many a novel that, unless they've souls that grovel, Folks prefer in fact a hovel to your dreary marble halls.
Charles Stuart Calverley
July 25, 1947
Kofi Anyidoho is a Ghanaian poet and academic who comes from a family tradition of Ewe poets and oral artists. He is currently Professor of Literature at the University of Ghana.
Ancestral Logic and Caribbean Blues (1993)
Praise Song for the Land (2002)
The Place We Call Home: And Other Poems (2011)
Elegy for the Revolution (1978)
A harvest of our dreams (1984)
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