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    Poetry: This Fire Must Burn
    Dreadlocks
    By Ras Tyehimba
    April 21, 2003


    The wind must blow
    The river must flow
    The pages of history must turn
    The fire must burn
    This fire must rage until it reaches of age
    Where it mellows into a smoldering coal
    Providing sparks through the wisdom of the old
    Glowing so softly that fools think that it is out
    But the spear of the nation is alive and burning
    In the very few or us that are flying

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    Poetry: Remember
    Black Power
    by Eja

    "Have you remembered
    yet
    or are you still
    in forgetfulness
    Like when you
    misrecognised
    your sister
    your African sister
    When you called her
    trade-goods
    When you sold her
    because you did not
    remember
    you did not recognise
    your sister.

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    Poetry: The blinded ones
    Dread
    By Eja
    RastafariSpeaks Message Board


    In all things
    transformation is enhanced
    by the light of the Sun
    In things that are alive
    growth and health
    is promoted
    by the light of the Sun
    In things that are dead
    decay
    the multiplication
    of organisms
    that live off dead matter
    occurs.

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    Poetry: Themselves
    Black Power
    By Akilah Riley

    Truth be told
    Many of us sellin our soul
    In moments
    Dressed up in condiments
    To savour the flavour of the disguise
    So we could swallow the lies
    That we feed ourselves
    About ourselves
    And so we present ourselves
    Wearin masks of themselves
    Yeah u heard me "themselves"
    Themselves are the selves that u tryin to be
    Everytime u say that u find that u too heavy
    Is dem self tell yuh that yuh need to be a size three
    Or four
    Either or
    You still a liar
    Cus u know that u would prefer to eat that slice of pizza
    Or that las piece of macaroni pie
    But is dem self have u wrapped up in their lie

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