Category Archives: VOLCANOES

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Muyicha Mufabule a man able to prioritise with logic and with care in a war torn country where disunion did share a large part of  the turmoil the intricacies of life labyrinths of complexity and a frenzy of real strife … Continue reading

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Fuego

Anger was manifest Everywhere Guatamala has witnessed its wrath This great fire mountain belched into life From its throat a great lava path Carving its way through the villagers Spewing out ash everywhere People were smothered And ran for their … Continue reading

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