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An African Thunderstorm by David Rubadiri
Transcript of An African Thunderstorm by David Rubadiri
Background on the author
Born July 19th, 1930
Attended King's College in Uganda from 1941-1950
Continued his education at Makerere University in Kampala from 1952-1956
Finished at the University of Bristol with a Masters of Arts Degree in English Literature
First diplomat to US after Malawi won it's independence
Rain is a blessing in Africa
Poem shows the fierceness of the storm
Storms in Africa are somewhat short but fierce
Shows the dominance the storm has over other creation such as trees
Potentially shows a rather interesting political view of the author