There are always women around us who inspire us in many ways. For me, that woman is Dorothy L. Sayers. Born in Oxford, UK, Sayers was a renowned English crime writer and poet who lived between 1893 and 1957
There is a kind of “power” and “mystery” about the black person. through history, thinking about our brilliance, the things we have been through, boundaries we have broken and just like the way that we look, the way that we are, feel like there is so much strength in us, as much as i try to Portray “obviously” the African men, the magic- Hafsat Sani Sami. Continue reading
Poetry has obviously become a creative and acceptable way of expressing emotions, ideas, concepts and opinions. However, after featuring some poets on this blog, there is going to be a season for selection of the most outspoken poet.
This selection shall be done by the tribesmen with a poll on twitter where, decisions and preferences would be made. Poems do not necessarily have to be posted on the blog but could be tagged to the Instagram account for a specific period of time.
[27/04/2018, 12:23:25 AM] Micheal: Ok let’s look at it this way
A leopard wants to be king of the jungle and doesn’t want to act like a lion
[27/04/2018, 12:25:30 AM] Micheal: For you women to be seen as leaders you have to show beyond a reasonable doubt that you can do better than the current leaders ( the men ) you can’t do that by remaining “women”
Janet: That answers itself, the fragility in this context, is talking about physical strength, But I’m of the opinion that feminism is all about mental & intellectual strength…
Her Blog is an expression of ideal knowledge, I’ve a very bias idea about fashion( I basically wear majorly black, white basics) but her ideas made me have a rethink( lol, especially the post on minimalist 😄😁)