JAMAICAN UNITY (A Poem from my Book)
by Clifton Cameron
(London, Birmingham, UK)
I would like to see Jamaican living in love and unity
Living peaceful in each community
Away with this political friction
Which helps to flame tension?
The people are tired of political divide
We are one nation so we must learn to abide
It’s time we realize that politic can’t help us
We must stop the killing and political fuss
Say to politicians enough is enough
We should stop fighting each others over politic
Can’t Jamaican see that this situation is tragic?
The leaders of our nation need to come up with plans to fight poverty
While we as a people should work hard for the country prosperity
There are no poor men or women in parliament
But when election comes I see pure excitement
Jamaican you must all used your head
Just look at all your brothers and sisters who are ending up dead
It’s time we show more love and understanding
By showing the world that we are a nation that’s caring
To all holders of high offices we are watching you
You will be judge for whatever you do
We are tired of corruption in high places
It’s time we stamp out all negative cases
We need more love, peace and unity
So that our beautiful country can see prosperity
Where everyone can be happy to live side by side in their communities
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