The weight on this rib 

Is that doubt I read from your face ? No man who Wills to marry me is allowed to wear sorrow in place of his crown. Wipe out the grief from your eyes , Aren’t you the one who told me that “When we start a war, we must win it.” Come , We convinced […]

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Ja-mwa

To my children, If your father is considered a ja-mwa (foreigner) in my mother’s land, And me in his mother’s I will curve my people’s traditions With my nurturing arms onto your skin, And rest you on your father’s shoulders that he may show you his. So when they ask you where you are from, […]

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