Hello Fam!It's International Women's Day in a few days (March 8th to be exact) and we thought it would be great to do something special right here.Better the balance, better the world International Women's Day 2019 has as campaign theme:#BalanceforBetter Balance is not a women's issue, it's a business issue. The race is on for … Continue reading Celebrating Women Through Poetry
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Gossip. It is simply idle talk. Mostly about someone when they are not there. Like the bees buzz, that's how gossip actually sounds to the ears. Sad part is it feels so sweet in the mouth. It is so smoothly crafted.
Women's Month is roaring on and there has been so much goodness in here. I just thought it would be great to bring everything to the same place. Plus, today is World Poetry Day. As a writer and poet myself, there could be no better way to celebrate.
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Just one more day to go! It's been a wild ride so far and I hope you enjoyed every bit of it.I saved some of the best for last of course. 'Celebrating Women Through Poetry' would be incomplete without Warsan Shire. The poem 'Ugly' from her collection 'Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth' is … Continue reading Ugly by Warsan Shire
Poetry, poetry and more poetry! Today in our 'Celebrating Women Through Poetry' Series, we are taking on a unique poet with quite a distinct style. Rupi Kuar's 'Milk and Honey' is a collection of poetry with unconventional lines and startling impact.
Wheww! The countdown has been heated so far and I hope you are thirsty for more of 'Celebrating Women Through Poetry' right here. So far our poetry has been by women, for women so how about we let a man adore us as only men can do? Pierre Jeanty is the man for the Job. His collection of short verses titled 'Her' is a celebration of woman in all her complexity.