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Freedom Cry From Prison

D. A. Sr. Sawyers

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ISBN 10: 0759637164 / ISBN 13: 9780759637160
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Title: Freedom Cry From Prison

Publisher: 1st Book Library

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Hardcover

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Poetry one of history s oldest art forms gives social credibility to creation Within every culture past or present poetry gives insight into collective identity Poetry is a universal language that all human beings hear speak and understand Brother David Sawyers belongs to the human family And he loves feels and knows great truths and lyrically expresses them in the pages that follow As a creative Ethiopian descendant from Jamaica David Sawyers nature is unquestionably dynamic He came forward from the mighty mountains and rolling hills which suggest in itself a firm commitment to the struggles for unity This skillful brother uses the word as power to convey life s realities He dialectically utilizes the power of words ugly and beautiful weak and strong His words are convictions commitments truth of old don t cry rejoice Herein are Ethiopian realities confinement chaotic experiences and dreams of mystery Babylon Brother David like David in the Bible best describes his observations when he chants that it s over 400 years and we INI have not been broken still striving nor begging anything now demanding Judah rules 21 Like black poet Langston Hughes his stylistic approach represents continuity and empathy Rare poetry Forerunners of new black poetry are Amiri Baraka formerly LeRoi Jones but there are also others whose impacts are tremendously important Poet such as David Sawyers a good man and scholar humble patient angry at times and always Exodus Movement of Jah people One may have heard the rhythmic lyrics of dub poets including Mutaburuka Sam Brown Oku Onuora and Ras Pidow to name a few now read Sawyers The Heroes of my Country 24 He brings to life Paul Bogle and Quashi in myth and wit in Briar Anancy and Tacoma Sam Sharp Nanny Chugghu and Marcus Garvey Combined is history and class working people rights and survival in the multiracial nonracial way These poetic words pull many forward in life Read

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