I fit into stars I fit into moons I fit into suns oh high and low I fit into waters I fit into fires I fit into earthquakes oh mild or deadly I am the she that I am II I can Transform from an ant into a lioness Metamorphose from a nodding lizard into […]
There is a reason beauty was given to most flowers Along with their fragile nature and protective thorns There is a reason they are nectared to feed many beaks and winged livers Amidst the storms, rains and suns And through their bruises, beheading and rots I wish the creator spells it out II There sure […]
Chant me into dispossession Ye who held my navel And crossed to the shores of earth As my voodoo watched your fragile steps With no evil stone cast II Chant me into dispossession Ye who fed through the clays of my pot In the dirty dust you now so abhor Deliver me from the spirit […]
When the same breast nurses many mouths From stomachs of greed and or promises Milk evaporates and calls for the blood of the mother Showcasing paleness of her body Awo Yaa! May this portion of yours change for the better! II This building which has seen the palms of many masons And still suffers from […]
FOREWORD- SECONDARY RHYTMS https://www.amazon.com/Secondary-Rhythms-Cecilia-Amoafowaa-Sefa/dp/1534805702/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1468934770&sr=8-2&keywords=amoafowaa “Her head did not fall within the norms of beautiful heads, it had two chambers and a frontal porch, (something far from the round head society deemed beautiful) and her physique was nothing to write home about. She was skinny to the bone and those bones were glaringly conspicuous. She […]
Introduced by Onyeka Nwelue and forwarded by Chris Worla Essikpe, Secondary Rhythms is fresh on Amazon. Dr. Mrs. Philomena Yeboah, Lecturer, KNUST English Department had this to say about it: “Amoafowaa’s Secondary Rhythms captures the daily battles of her protagonist Abena, who fights against the emptiness and squalor of her family and personality, using diligence […]
My second publication is finally on Amazon. Thanks to all followers and well wishers. High school is a level by itself. It is the stage where teens grow into adulthood and elites seek to better themselves into tertiary. Secondary Rhythms tells the story of a girl who goes through it all; poverty, bullying, jealousy, challenges […]
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Necky looked at King Gyaas, puzzled. He could not understand how he thought and could not say no to his request. It is particularly because I am a father that giving you my young proves to be difficult. How on earth do I gift you my child just to save yours? There is a […]
It started as a fantasy, to help create awareness of people with neuro disorders across the lengths and breath of Ghana, starting from the northern region. Now it is a reality, one that has gotten the attention of many including the Northern Regional Minister, Directors of Education, Lecturers and the general public. It took place […]
Thank you Yoshiko for nominating me for this challenge.
By the grace of the Almighty God, the posters are out. My very first book launch will be on March 15, 2015. If you can, please be there, it’ll mean a lot to me.