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other poems by Alma Norman
QUESTION: She wrote one about the ethnic groups of Jamaica. I'm not good at reciting poems but so I never learned it. I can only recall bits and pieces and the pieces are stuck un my head. It would really help if I could get the rest.
******** Black skin brown skin everybody come and hear what i have got to say
How our ancestors came here across the seas His grandma and her grandpa and the same for you and me... ****
Does anybody know this poem?
ANSWER: by Wellesley September 12, 2011
I'll post this in our blog, on our facebook page as well as create a permanent page on my site for it.
I am hoping that someone who can relate to it will post their response as a comment here.
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