MutaBaruka – Def Poetry (Dis Poem) Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Can You Name An Author of a Book? Any Author?Two Short Greek Writings from Roman Egypt 46 thoughts on “MutaBaruka – Def Poetry (Dis Poem)” Delete the name Kenyatta from this poem. He stole more and more land that he until to date isnt being used and made his own people squatters and beggars. Reply Just representing 🇯🇲 Reply Namibia 🇳🇦❤️ Reply This poem made me think some type of way. Reply real messenger….big up ucelf Reply Congratulations Reply Africa!! My land, my home, my destiny. Muta, God bless you Reply dis POEM Reply Brilliant & tragically, as relevant as ever. Reply favourite since the 80ies Reply The great Mutabaruka! Reply in fact this poem is written Reply ..timeless Reply Dis poem shall live in our hearts… Reply First time visiting this in a while. Spoke to me different 🙏🏾 Reply uhuru, mau mau..kenyatta… Reply My favorite Reply “This poem” or “Dis poem” ? Reply Heureusement que je suis vivant dans ce poème !!! 💛🌟💛🌟💛 Reply wow i love this Reply muta Reply This is the poem that we all need to share with our 10th generations to come. I had the pleasure of watching him perform it last week Saturday at Wit University South Africa Reply One of the best poets in our Lifetime, I had the privilege of listening to him at Wits Theatre in Johannesburg,South Africa. Reply MAY 2018. Reply This poem is poeming this poem. Reply The mighty Mutabaruka…forever!!!! Reply Dis Poem Reply Boom bamb 😎 Reply Blacks are great Big don't know the problems of the blacksAs to development Reply every now and then you HAVE to come back her, and listen once again to THIS POEM! Reply 🔥💯💯 Reply Maetrik Reply this poem is a dis poem.Hands up if you are not dissed. Reply let's jah be praised ,more fire mutabaruka Reply LIGHT WILL NEVER BE PUT UNDER THE BED AGAIN. GOD MADE US IN HIS IMAGE BUT WE FORGOT GATHER YOUR LOST STEPS Reply tis got you Reply turd world Reply the revolution will be live Reply eye and eye and lol😛😎😁 Reply Great! Reply Love it Reply yes I love for Rastafarian blessing of Jamaica Reply Amazing Reply respect this poem is eye an eye Reply Kenyatta Reply Dis poem Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.