Caribbean African Legend

Poem By Victor Pratt

World renowned Jamaica born Pan-Africanist, Marcus Garvey once remarked" - Africa is for Africans at Home and Abroad"- as true as reality deepens in minds of today's lost and found with shocking exemplary gap bridging innovations from abroad.

As history unfolds Kenya based Guyana born Bob Collimore with rare passion for vital cost efficient people-to-people communication leagues apart accomplished in open show of focused leadership well beyond borders or limits.

Now gone, leaving a world in transformation for global common good for men and women, for children young and old, for talented and gifted, the educated the illiterate, formal and informal.

Making rare differences in lives of millions across Africa, many like family and friends in visible gratitude amid hearty fare thee well - so long - so long till further systems upgrade with sustained worldwide state of the art empowerment, bringing in more creative minds and solutions from seemingly far away, yet so close.

Author:
Victor R. Pratt
10th July,2019
Nairobi, Kenya

Comments about Caribbean African Legend

The African (Pan African) creative mind was created by God Himself. It has lived for centuries and will continue to live for centuries to come. Marcus Carvey is no longer with us. Nor is Bob Collymore. What created will, however, never be forgotten. This poems captures that spirit so vividly.
.....fare thee well Bob. A great mind rested!


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