Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie


She said… Poem by Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie


She said I should be patient
I would succeed in what I like doing
And I am saying
I am already starting to flourish
I am starting to rise from
A mental oppression invisible but real
To excel and date my dreams…

She said that I should be patient
I would succeed in what I like doing
And I am saying
I am already starting to flourish
I am starting to rise from
A mental warfare every single day
To stopped me creating my own reality

She said that I should be patient
I would succeed in what I like doing
And I am saying
I am already starting to flourish
I am starting to rise from death to life
Now I can say I am living…I am alive…
I am proud of saying it a loud

She said that I should be patient
I would succeed in what I like doing
I must admit I did not believe her
Although she is the one who gave birth to me
I could not see what she was able to see
But now I can see it with
My very eyes



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Submitted: Wednesday, November 17, 2004
Edited: Wednesday, May 02, 2007

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