Poetry: Cry beloved Great Zimbabwe (by Hasani)

Hasani is a poet from Zimbabwe who left the country due to political strife. He writes protest poetry and advocates for recognition of human rights and justice in Zimbabwe. He currently lives in London.

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4 thoughts on “Poetry: Cry beloved Great Zimbabwe (by Hasani)

  1. As with most dissidents who flee from the country of oppression Hasani probably feels quite safe in criticising Zimbabwe from the relative safety of England. I doubt whether Mugabe would be able to silence him, but would probably like to. This is fairly inflammatory stuff, but delivered in quite way. I always remember Roosevelt’s quote: Speak softly, carry a big stick.’ Perhaps there needs to be some internal gathering in the country who can get a big stick and get rid of the oppressive regime running the country. It will be interesting to see what happens when Mugabe dies, there doesn’t appear to be a power vacuum with his henchmen behind him ready to take over the mantle of leader/dictator.


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