Pearl Of Africa My Home

Poem By Kevin Agaba

Before I came, you were there
Arriving I did, making you my home
So beautiful and gifted land
Like the promised land in the holy book

The climate with you so desirable
People at home admirable
Foreign land b'se you're attractive
Making you their homes they're

Divided into four parts you're
The north, east, west and the central
All nice places to call home
Hospitable and welcoming you're

Wonderful features elevating you
Rwenzori the mountain in the west
The mighty 'nalubaale' in the central
The Nile River flowing in between you.

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