…this is how i am… It was on a cold wet Thursday, Just after the rain brought vengeance to the day With the crispness of skin rising like Voldemort’s That i remembered me. I remembered the life i waste at any chance i get, Any chance, Any month, The beginning of it, the end of … Continue reading This is How I Am
A man’s belly is his heaven. Even when he sought for -you- an haven With his buds switching and secreting more enzymes -for you- His pots know no pain His pots know no pain, you think? Even when his manual -of you- has been read He comes hook, line and sink and a well laid … Continue reading How -not- to cook a fish.
Females, from the day we are born till when we die, there’s never rest for us from society and the people we call family. We are trained as girls to be good at house chores, be good home makers, good at managing things and using them to their maximum point. As ladies, society trains us; … Continue reading Woman On Fire!
I cannot say exactly when the scrawny hands of death snuck in but my guess is that it was by installments. Little by little, they tore away at the sacred threads that form the lofty fabric of womanhood, and then suddenly we see the woman no more. What we have in her stead is a … Continue reading Her Death!
A woman’s plight is no delight! Time was when women never had a voice Like children, Seen not heard And without choice Voting! Who born dog! All you were good for is sex and giving birth Desperate to be Mrs. Somebody You become nobody A young woman turned into a wife Who became a mother … Continue reading A Woman’s Plight Is No Delight!
HER Ovaries are fighting Now, a war of two cities Bloodbath in-between BIRTH Labour “Laws” come tough Constrictions at intervals Baby cries, both sleeps BODY The architects failed Angelo could not draw this… This accurate piece.
AFRICAN WOMAN. 1 African Woman, Ebony like black diamond Costly to bargain for mint. Woman who walked miles The sun and held life’s Fire with smiles. African Woman, Black Tigress, who Opened the dew of The morning sky, and Rained nested honey To sweet away Afric’s sores. African Woman, Strong like Tigress; You remain in … Continue reading African Woman.