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“Ghana” inspired poem on London’s famous Underground Train excites travellers

A beautiful poem about Ghana has appeared on London’s most talked about Underground train services. The artistic piece seems to be warming the hearts of travellers, both Africans and other nationals who use the underground train services.

The four stanza-delivery by one Micheal Rosen, gives a cozy description of Ghana’s amazing climates, carving a mental image of the wonderful natural environment of the country.

It reads,

London Fields Evening falls between the trees The drumming for Ghana fills the leaves The wicket falls
High fives all round
Conkers shining in their nests
Mr Softee pulls away
She makes love to her mobile
So happy he’s called
Here a plane tree
Higher than a warehouse
Thicker than a rubbish bin
Stronger than a promise
Older than a Town hall
Evening falls between the trees
The drumming for Ghana fills the leaves

About London Underground

The London Underground is a rapid transit system serving Greater London and some parts of the adjacent counties of Buckinghamshire, Essex and Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom. The Underground has its origins in the Metropolitan Railway, the world’s first underground passenger railway.

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