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GUEST FEATURE: DAVID KWAME KWAKYE

Greetings dear people of Zamunda,
 Today's guest feature is the amazing writer David Kwakye or Kwame as i call him , he is an amazing writer whose work has been displayed on so many platform like the daily graphic news paper in Ghana. this piece i would be bringing to you by him is for all my poem lovers out there and its dedicated to all the mothers out there...... enjoy

The dreaded morning sickness
 Pregnancy-induced insomina
 Forcing you to listen tonthe seranade of annoying crickets
 Mood swings that causes close ones to dislike your behaviour.

Pools of crimson blood coursing down your thighs
 Your body usurped by anguish; the abysmal lows, the aching highs
 A fatiguing marathon ran on months counted in nines
 The arrival, a culmination that wipes away all pain with a look into your baby's eyes.

The sacrifice; countless episodes of sleep deprivation
 To feed your baby's hunger sensation
 The diaper change, the outrage
 As your other half seeks other forms of elation.

The disrespect during your baby's adolescent years
 The recalcitrant behaviour that often leaves you in tears
 The joys of seeing them marry; empty nest fears
 But in all this, she keeps shifting up the gears
 A mother's love, always brimming, never in arrears
 To all the amazing mothers, i say, CHEERS
 Copyright  David Kwakye 2012
DAVID KWAME KWAKYE



THIS PIECE IS SUCH A BEAUTIFUL ONE HOPE YOU GUYS ENJOYED IT!!!!!







































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  1. Love the poem so much. I've been waiting for you to write about somebody like him

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