Saturday, February 19, 2011


THESE ARE SHORT AFRICAN STORIES-ENIGMAS ALL AROUND AN AFRICAN TREE OR A RIVER OR A PYRAMID..!
D JAHMAN DEIDOTREE IS A VERY SKILLED IMAGINATIVE CRAFTSMAN WHEN WRITING STORIES HE CALLS STORIES- ENIGMAS (even if he is still learning the English language...)
STORIES WHICH ARE MYSTERIOUS? INTERROGATIVE? STORIES WITH DIFFERENT MEANINGS AND INTERPRETATIONS POSSIBLE!!! STORIES AMAZINGLY EXPOSING ANYWAY SOME UNKNOWN AFRICAN IMAGINATIVE WORLDS TO DISCOVER... SURELY NOT TALES BUT STORIES AS ANCESTRAL (oops sensemillancestral lol!) RIDDLES IF YOU WILL! SO FEEL FREE...USE OR CONFRONT YOUR IMAGINATION ABOUT CROCOS FOLLOWING OR NOT THIS SHAMAN AFRO VILLAGER KAKO ON HIS JOURNEYS...!
SEE HOW WE ALL VISUALIZE SOME CHARACTERS AS CHIEFS OR SHAMANS AND HOW WE'RE NOW COUNTING ON THEM TO SOLVE WHAT...WHAT?.... ANY QUESTION ABOUT THE SHAPE OR THE WRONG SIZE OF OUR...WHAT?... WHAT? OUR HEAD? OR... ONE OF OUR SHOES...?? AND WE ARE ALREADY HERE TELLING YOU THE BEGINNINGS OF THESE STORIES-ENIGMAS... SO PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT IF YOU WILL OR JUST LET THE WRITER KNOW HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THIS STRANGE BUT STILL UPLIFTING SAGA. CHECK IT OUT TO DISCOVER MORE ABOUT SHAMANS & CROCOS MEETING SOME S. H. P...!!!? (shoe headed people... in their world; lol!)

ONE LOVE~

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32 comments:

  1. MERCI BEAUCOUP POUR TES EFFORTS
    GRAND PLAISIR DE Partagé SA AVEC VOUS ET AUSSI AVEC MES AMIS OU FACE BOOK §
    J4AI SUIVI TOUT LES ÉPISODES OU FACE BOOK TOUJOURS GRAçA LES AMIS §
    COUARGE ET RESPECT ....EN PAIX
    ONE LOVE AND BLESS AFRICA §
    LIVE LIFE LOVE LIFE AND RESPECT §

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  2. wot great stories keep up the good worx

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  3. MUCH RESPECT..i will be reading this and other stories....BLESSINGS ALWAYS

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  4. blessed love its cupid hold firm kingman...cupid

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  5. RAS JIMMY OPETEKWEI1March 14, 2011 at 9:05 PM

    WOW .... THIS IS A BIG BLOG!! GREAT AND WONDERFUL STORY ... !! LARGE UP BLESS UP HAIL UP LIVELY UP

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  6. blessed love,
    it's cupid,i'm here to spread love and blessings.I give thanks for i am educated more about culture told and untold its just a new experience for me and its in my favour to express full joy for such a blessed connection please feel free to continue and or extend positive vibez in all global points, may jah bless guidance more love and lite :) ...cupid

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  7. Bless Up, King Man,
    I man is proud to see di I works manifested on this medium. Straight forward Rasta! Love di vibez wah di I bring...
    One Love, One Light!

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  8. ONE WORLD ONE PEOPLE ONE LOVE
    BLESS U BRO AND THX SO MUCH FOR U WORK/GREAT AND NUFF RESPECT § PEACE & ONELOVE

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  9. yes i......bless up and big respect to you my brother.......more peace .....more love ..more success....i am very , very happy for that.....blessing.....JAH RASTAFARI

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  10. j'ai visiter le blog photo et lue c'est ecriture magnifique élustration bien gi gino

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  11. keep up the hard work and enlightning the people all over the world bout the promise land mama africa and its exsistence,,, more love...to d max

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  12. first time reading your blog. is your writing intended to be philosophical? If so, what does the crocodile symbolize?

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  13. Just read the first story, looks like there is very good potential. excited to read more

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  14. Saw your post in the help forum and am testing out your comments. Seems to work ok for me :)

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  15. Inspirational, light, enlightening, free, wander are some of the words that come to mind when reading your enigmas. Riddle us to d true Africa as it relates to humanity.

    more love. more light, one love,
    5 Senses

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  16. "Seen bredda. There is a point and purpose and message in your stories respect to the man."
    Soon come... Peace & love Broddaman Ariel Kenyatta!... Thanks for your encouragement about these short Afro stories... Bless!

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  17. Nice, thanks, I will continue to read the wonderful story Good work!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Interesting photo and meditation. Shoe headed people indeed! A "shoe" used to mean something manufactured with thick and sometimes high quality leather, well sewn, and carefully made. Today it's far more likely to be machine made in a foreign land that wants to bury us, poorly sewn of inferior materials, proportionately overpriced and full of foam and air bubbles more than anything else. I guess the analogy still holds true after all. RASpect! I look forward to seeing more of this up on facebook also. Reggae and Ethiopian Archivist Jim Marshall

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  19. This croco saga seems to remind us that: in caring enough to have a good shAPED SHoe on yoUR fOot..if you become shoe-heAded than you also caN CAre enough to ENTER ANYWHERE WITH A good (POwERFUL shoe) Head upon your shAMAn SHoulders... That's a crocowalking perspective seen! Peace & Love Broddaman Jah-Jim Thanks very much for the Livity you add about eaCH ONe of the sHoES We deCiDe to To tO TO... BLESS!

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  20. Bless up nice blog here. Spent 5 months in nairobi kenya am African by heart. One love

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  21. You are truly Jah blessed Deidotree,one love!


    From marie simpson

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  22. keep up the wonderfull works ..more strength

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  23. we are a family.maximum respect evrytime

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  24. So I enjoy every story! Thank you! Blessings!

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  25. Very powerful readings I say and I'm glad to have read we all have different ways but which is the right way xx

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