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Тама


Тамно је.

Кажу људи да на крају тунела

Види се светлост, благодет сама.

У моме тунелу светлости нема,

Црни круг, хладноћа и тама.

Кажу људи да после кише

Увек долази дуга.

У мени више Наде нема,

У углу плете времешна Туга.

Црни јој вео покрива главу,

Очи се крвавим сјајем жаре.

Над сломљеним сновима,

Непомично бдију њене кости старе.

Ткаља кошчатим прстима плете,

Снове и осмехе оштрицом пара,

Доносилац кише, хладноће и сете.

Тај мрачни тунел, та мисао страшна

Њено је дете.

Poezija

Tama and Pearl Drums

It wasn’t until  my music mind matured, that I really started to learn the significance of Drum shells and the many varied sounds that can be gained from different woods and metals. 599 more words

Kit

My West African business trips - Abidjan

In March this year I was lucky enough to attend the Global Shea Alliance conference in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) which borders Ghana to the West. 647 more words

Deimco Breaks Ground on Major Manufacturing Expansion

Tama, Iowa (September 30, 2014)—Shi R2 Solutions, Inc., doing business as Deimco Finishing Equipment, today held a ground breaking ceremony for a new 10,800 square foot addition to its current facility.  286 more words

Tama County

My West African business trips – Kumasi and Cape Coast

I’ve now passed my one year mark in Ghana! I can’t believe how much I’ve learnt and how differently I feel from when I arrived. Last September I departed for a country and culture I didn’t know to go and do a job I knew very little about and to live in a place I’d only read about. 793 more words

Our Daily Bread 112: Fofoulah

LP  REVIEW


Fofoulah ‘Fofoulah’   (Glitterbeat Records)  Released 22nd September 2014



A blurring of cultural and musical boundaries, the cross-pollinated London/Bristol quintet Fofoulah, send ricocheting percussive shots echoing across a backing of West African and European landscapes on their eponymous debut LP. 366 more words

Glitterbeat Records

Being a business man in Ghana

This month, I’m blogging about business in Ghana.

I’m not sure what springs to mind when you hear the words ‘African businessman’ but I’d like to introduce you to the CEO of the company I’m working with so that you can get his perspective. 1,015 more words