YOU ARE PERFECT JUST YOU ARE – Brenda MOHAMMED / A REVIEW BY Emmanuel Douglas Mulomole

A REVIEW BY Emmanuel Douglas Mulomole

“You Are Perfect Just You Are” as a straightforward title of poem which is neatly and dexterously written by a versatile poetess, Brenda Mohammed. This poem is uniquely filled with the unadulterated and deep wisdom of motivation, inspiration and upliftingness. The pillar of words from this beautiful poem will everlastingly be allured many readers because of philosophical idealism as well as consummation of choosing words of the positive impact.

On stanza 1 there is a strong pillar of words, “positivity of the warning”. The poetess kindly and indefatigably tells him/her about the spirituality. Not spirituality of religious values but the spirituality of who you are. And the poetess continue telling him or her about the only way that can certainly help him or her to dispel the spirit of solitude, affliction and depression. The lines which is really serving as an evidence of her wonderful idea:

If someone said you are not valuable
Do not allow them to burst your bubble.
You are perfect, there’s nothing you lack.
Please stop holding yourself back.

This pillar of words, “potentiality of encouragement” is brightly reflecting and gleaming on stanza 2. A peerless voice of the poetess deeply bestows an encouragement on him or her that in him or her there is a true potential that can possibly shine his or her spirit of self-confidence. A self-confidence of building a true perfection in him or her. Except are follows:

It’s time for you to light up the world.
Move forward and watch your life unfold.
Love yourself and to yourself be true.
Search for the massive treasure within you

On third stanza there is an awe-inspiring pillar of words, “productivity of advice”. The profound wisdom of Brenda Mohammed strengtheningly vomits an advice to him or her that he or she should believe in himself or herself as the only way of beautifying the pillar of who he is or who she is blissfully and perfectly. The following lines are serving as an evidence of awesome idea:

Don’t compare yourself with another.
Life’s not a competition, why bother?
You’re extraordinary, don’t believe otherwise.
Your life is surely worth living, be wise.

This is a really uplifting and an inspiring poem. It is very easy to understand, flows very consummate and is filled with brilliant imaginary which enhance the beautiful interpretation of her poem.
I strongly appreciate the wonderful poem and applaud Brenda Mohammed’s philosophical idealism brilliance. And I expect her to create many teachable works for uplifting,inspiring and motivating many people.

____”YOU ARE PERFECT JUST YOU ARE”_____

If someone said you are not valuable
Do not allow them to burst your bubble.
You are perfect, there’s nothing you lack.
Please stop holding yourself back.

It’s time for you to light up the world.
Move forward and watch your life unfold.
Love yourself and to yourself be true.
Search for the massive treasure within you.

Don’t compare yourself with another.
Life’s not a competition, why bother?
You’re extraordinary, don’t believe otherwise.
Your life is surely worth living, be wise.

Copyright@BrendaMohammed

 

BRENDA MOHAMMED

Brenda Mohammed is a renowned, multi-genre, award-winning author, and poet who has written twenty-four books to date.
The former Bank Manager, holds a Diploma in Banking from the Institute of Bankers in London.

Brenda’s writing career sparked after her near-death experience with Cancer and her recovery.
She wrote the book, I AM CANCER FREE which became a best seller.That gave her the encouragement to continue writing.Some of her books won multiple awards.
Brenda is Founder of Facebook Group How to Write for Success.
Her work in Literature for Suicide Prevention is recognised worldwide.
She was the driving force in the production of A SPARK OF HOPE: A Treasury of Poems for Saving Lives.
The book topped the charts on Amazon and made Best Seller No.1 within the space of two days.

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