Cockspur in the Jamaican Cockpits Mountains, the poem.

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Jamaican maroon warriors get support in the fight to save the cockpit mountains. Author and poet E Lloyd Kelly recently penned a poem in support of the struggle to save the cockpit country from mining and other interests. Here is the poem.  This is something special. #weekendspecial. 

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