In honor of the man who could not cry – Bono’s tribute to Nelson Mandela

Life
I have reproduced a moving tribute article from Bono about Nelson Mandela published in Time World.. The best tribute about Mandela I have read thus far..Thought i should share.. Bono Honors The Man Who Could Not Cry Humor, humility and the ability to compromise were the marks of the man As an activist I have pretty much been doing what Nelson Mandela tells me since I was a teenager. He has been a forceful presence in my life going back to 1979, when U2 made its first anti-apartheid effort. And he’s been a big part of the Irish consciousness even longer than that. Irish people related all too easily to the subjugation of ethnic majorities. From our point of view, the question as to how bloody South Africa would have…
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My tribute to Native American Indians

Poetry
I CAME on A STEED I of ANCIENT CREED me of such DIVINE grace and A RARE RACE my ART was so NEAT my STRIDE such A TREAT have you seen my DANCE beat..?? AT my TIMES of feast I used to RIDE the CREST oblivious to the REST until came along MEN of A RACE to try and break my pace they came from the SIDE their remarks Oh so SNIDE our RIDERS they did SMITE although we tried with our might IN bravery they DID not RISE neither did they fight wise guns they used as a surprise to stop the uprise with each time a good guise we did hit them hard twice against us they did use VICE in the form of liquid from malt and…
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