FROM AFRICA poem
by Richard L. Provencher

From Africa

Johannesburg and old memories, of
mission houses
love and tears a blessing. Skin scarred
yet full of personality.
Go well, dear friend.

Man must do. I've been in prison,
I've done bad things. Apartheid.
Everything is diamond mines
with black blood.
Stay well, friend of friends.

Poverty, pain, suffering
South Africa 1946.
Go well, my father.

Richard L. Provencher 2007

Richard enjoys writing poems; many of which have been published in Print and Online. He and his wife, Esther are also co-authors of stories and a print novel. They are "born again" Christians and very busy in their church, Abundant Life Victory International, in Bible Hill, Nova Scotia.

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