“SCARS THAT SHAPE US” by Akimana Divine is available on Amazon


SCARS THAT SHAPE US” by Akimana Divine is available on Amazon
SCARS THAT SHAPE US: And Other Poems Paperback – December 4, 2020
by Akimana Divine(Author) 
Rwandan Poet and youth activist Akimana Divine writes bold verses that speak to all young people of her nation and beyond. She exposes moral decadence and other vices that corrupt the lives and dignity of her generation. Her poetic hymns are original, genuine and emanate from inner depth pit of herself. The heart-seizing passion, the mind raving rhythm and abundant reason illustrate her love of her people and her respect to the dignity of humanity. She writes this poetry collection with the voice of her teenager, despite her being of an older, thus the collection projects her life experiences, memories and tragedies she encountered during her teenage years. Divine’s SCARS THAT SHAPE US is a testimony that she is a true voice of the youth, the young, the voiceless, the abused, the poor and the vulnerable. This poetry collection is a story that carries voices of young African people and the collection is voice representing those suffering in the dungeons of poverty, locked in chains of delinquency and imprisoned the high walls of decadence. It is prose –poetry collection of an up and coming poet. She carries the promise of Rwanda, Africa and the globe. She is a wonderful daughter of Africa using her poetry voice to speak the truth, child rights, youth freedoms, disease, evils, delinquency and more.Mbizo Chirasha, Author of A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT
Product details
Item Weight : 5.6 ounces
Paperback : 109 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8576402854
Dimensions : 6 x 0.25 x 9 inches
Publisher : Independently published (December 4, 2020)
Language: : English


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