Isatou Juwara (27 / Sukuta town)
Biography of Isatou Juwara
Isatou Juwara Poems
If Tomorrow Never Comes
Dear mother, just now I realized that man's stay on earth is but limited
Love Heaven; Hate Death
More often than not; so much often than not, We talk about heaven; we imagine heaven, We pray and wish; to go to heaven, Yet funnily enough; we don't want to die,
My grandmother, she's so old has no teeth poor grandmother, once the village beauty can hardly see
To My Mother
You groomed me and loved me You cautioned me and wanted me You fed me and cared for me There's really noone like you.
What makes our lives different; Is the way we think, And the way our destinies are laid for us. Not all our thoughts are different;
Life Is A Lottery
Everything is a trial Even including your desires You always have to chose You don't have a choice.
Why I Smile
A man came to me said he had something to say and me being me said he had the whole day
A friend is a gift sometimes give you a fit, but a gift of nature and a part of your future.
To whom it may concern; Am sorry, for leaving in a hurry i hate to leave so
Proud Of Africa
I am proud and proud indeed i shall not propound cause am strongly bound, to say it loud and let it sound even as i drown and am down.
The Good Heart
All the world's asleep but i lay awake fantasizing to pass the time in my mind
A Day Of A Month In 20-07
I asked they told me told me it is the most beautiful thing in the world told me it has the power to move mountains
What makes our lives different;
Is the way we think,
And the way our destinies are laid for us.
Not all our thoughts are different;
But to be goody goody,
We try thinking good thoughts so much often.