Nubians National Anthems
By Jacqueline Amos
Oh thy glory ages and past, thy drums of Africa sings the songs from thy soul.
Blessed be thy hopes and dreams, In battles that we fight, Triumphant ever make us be in war. I pledge that the thousand voices of psalms be thy eyes that man shall hear, thy strength that he may lead, thy shoulder when stress brings him pain, thy strength that he shall not fall under. The drums that speaks through the telescope of the past.
Supreme power to defeat satins plan, against the world and wicked men of satin rejoice. The rich shall look upon the poor, but shall be the same who often close the saviors door. When time shall cease, shall pass no wealth, pull nor influence will save the sinners plea. I pledge that the source of implementing humanity through human kindness shall bring forth unity among the soldiers of the lord.
Deleting whos imitations of powers for mans sake, human decent in Gods spoken words. Violence characterized to seek an humiliate, to embrace just law.
Lords of nations an man reigning of sin, that lye upon the throne of his own temple of darkness, which he tries to claim Gods thrown. Reflections of mans sight, visions mans theories of right, voices raise pleading a thousand voices, cry out love. God is God alone. A thousand voices sings out loud. Oh say can you see, by the dark early light, for the justice of some, and neglect of all, I wash thy grounds , and rise my brothers to the heavens. There is only one God.