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Berenice Mulubah: Flomo My Love 


Berenice Mulubah produced a powerful piece of poem that document what the African love means to her. In this spoken word video, she glorifies her African hero, Flomo.
With the video 'Flomo My Love' the creator is striving to dispel the negative myths about the African man lack of romance and dominating nature over his woman. Instead, she celebrates his passion, love, respect, protection and romance.
The poem is underscored by a desire for the author to draw attention to the true African man and his admiration for the African woman. This poem tend to reward African men with what they deserve – an appreciation from his woman, that all too rarely occurs in the “real world.”
There is quite a bit of romantic tension in this master piece, since fuel love.
Watch the video below: 


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  1. Clearly an amazing piece of artistic of poetry. Both beings showcased african pride, magnetic afro beauty and love. Thanks. Well done sister.
    R. Calvin HOFF, Jr.

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