Bob Marley

by Linda Kwarteng
(London UK)

By...Linda Mary Kwarteng-nee Tyler

Most of the above artists were the backbone of a new society,one that cannot ne annulled,we your fans lovers and relatives hail you and know somehow that your works and souls live on for the good of mankind,though we may not see you -we feel you - we hear you whispering from the other side-and love you and thankyou for what you tried to do, allbeit and widely known-we have all fallen short of the glory of God,a misfortune that is carefully being attended to in the Angels of the Most High workshop AMEN RIP..

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