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UNDERSTANDING FRIENDS

Understanding friends are few in the world of men
Then it’s a rare occasion that we should toast and cheer.
You urge me to drink on; it’s past ten. 31 more words

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I AM COME HOME ANEW.

Rows of corn and potato stalks extend beyond sight;
Amidst young kales, thick spinach increase with green.
The hour is both long and bright;
Among Peasant sense of hard work is keen. 87 more words

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GENERAL NDUA (august 1898)

Brave as he was, he could not bring down from the West foe;
General ndua died in a stormy battle many years ago.
While young, he had talent to serve the state… 10 more words

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GENERAL MWANA WA MUKA

THE BATTLE OF MUKUYUNI (November 1895)

Commander Mwana wa Muka dared defy formidable foes
Million arrows when ordered shot forth from eager bows.
The invaders were gathered like a forest of trees at Mukuyuni military base; 31 more words

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BILDAD KAGGIA

62 years ago, a revolutionary force awoke myriads of assaulted spirits:
Bildad Kaggia dared to defy colonial agents in power high.
All voices mute, a lone whisper cared to stir with unequaled wits, 34 more words

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ONE LAST GAZE

One last gaze over our shoulders, and we part ways.
From this hour onwards we are become bitter foes;
Oh! We’ll miss sentiments exchanged in heat of vernal days. 26 more words

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THE BATTLE OF MWALA (November 1895)

A traitor, he’s deplored from year to year;
The deeds of mwatu wa ngoma still attracts scorn and disgrace to his name.
General Mwana wa muka’s patriotism, in contrast, has no peer, 13 more words

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