Jamaica, She is Royal

By: Denise N. Fyffe. Copyright © 2012, Poetess defy, Denise N. Fyffe Jamaica is gorgeous but just like many women, she is truly unaware of the magnitude of that Jamaican beauty. This is the symptom of those who are blessed to live in island paradises like Hawaii, Bora Bora or even Aruba. They tend to … Continue reading Jamaica, She is Royal

Jamaican Poetry: Mother Jamaica

By: Denise N. Fyffe. Copyright © 2012, Poetess defy, Denise N. Fyffe Mother Bearer and protector Of dark haired picknies Running down streets and traversing your countryside and Cockpit country; You bear in and out of season Feeding us yellow succulent mangoes Red juicy plums and apples And rain down giant breadfruits and nourishing coconuts; … Continue reading Jamaican Poetry: Mother Jamaica

The Jamaica Constitution (Jamaican Constitution)

The Jamaica Constitution, 1962 was drafted by a bipartisan joint committee of the Jamaican legislature in 1961-62, approved in the United Kingdom and included as the Second Schedule of the Jamaica (Constitution) Order in Council, 1962 under the West Indies Act, 1962. It came into force with the Jamaica Independence Act, 1962 of the U.K. … Continue reading The Jamaica Constitution (Jamaican Constitution)