Jamaican Poetry

Jamaican Poetry: The End of an Era

Prime Minister of Jamaica, The Honorable, Portia Simpson Miller and Former Opposition Leader Bruce Golding

By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2012, Poetess Defy, Denise N. Fyffe

It has come, the end of another era,
We can only look in the mirror;
To reflect and find.
To cherish these moments
In history, in time.

It has come, the beginning of another’s destiny,
To stand on the highest stage in our land;
It has come, for another to make their imprint,
To declare where our country will stand
In history, in time.

It has come for another to lay the plans of his mind.

*Jamaican Poetry: The end of an Era

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2 thoughts on “Jamaican Poetry: The End of an Era”

  1. a brief description of the background story of the poem will be very interesting.

    why did you said “era” can pop up in lots of minds; because i dont know much about Jamaica or its history. sorry.

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