A Poem on Ghana

A Poem on Ghana

By Maghen Quadrini, West Africa Global Health volunteer

Warm in more ways than one
Starting from dawn to dusk sits the sun

The busy markets people do travel near and far
Walking and biking – no need for a car

The wash is done daily by hand
Fragile fingers wash away the tender remnants of land

The light though seldom shines through the night
Whether or not there will be water is tomorrow’s plight

A passion for life and what one decides
The people of Ghana stand tall with pride

Strong and elegant with poise
Sounds of freedom, simplicity and happiness – anything but noise

No doubt in mind
Time is no bother but rather something to confide

People hustle and bustle on the streets they go
Agomacha – we will all flow

Exploring Ghana's natural landscape

Exploring Ghana’s natural landscape

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