Black Love is an original collection of poetry by a new Ghanaian writer and poet.
It’s a collection in seven chapters: relationships, black, money, politics, free, religion,
and root. Relationships is the most substantial section with 13 of the 17 poems, and here Ayim shines, as in the poem “eyes opened,” “self, a book I finally enlightened my head JJK8with, has unveiled the misery and loneliness that engulfs me.” Black, with the poem
“color,” illuminates “so light up the beauty; ugliness in success deeper and deeper, fear must fall. “ Innovative artwork accompanies the compelling poetry. I would like to hear more from this poet. I found it on Goodreads. Check it out on Goodreads.com.
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