Gaylord Munemo

Rookie - 136 Points (20 May 1991 / Masvingo)

Biography of Gaylord Munemo

• Vice President of Young People for African Development 2014-2018
• BSSc Social Anthropology GZU 2013
• Author of Lovers Voyage 200 poem book published by Poemhunter UK,
• Cited as reference to writing of fine poetry by renowned British websites, www.myenglishlearn.com and www.english-for-students.com,
• Author of introduction of the novel In Stale and Dysfunction by Seil Leanmor, UK 2013
• Author of Winning World Poetry Day Collaboration Poem featuring other international writers awarded by Paradoka Magazine South Africa
• Author of theme poem Two Love Birds of Indian Soap, Grand Maaneet
• Former President and Coaching Student of Mucheke High Debate Club,2009
• Writer of Poem entitled Come with Me, written in collaboration with various African Poets encouraging Tourism, published in 5 African Countries in National papers including Zimbabwe’s own Sunday Mail.2014
• Writer of Poem entitled I am Just a Poet with various poets from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Britain and Hong Kong as a campaign for anti-racial stereotyping published in national British papers and Zimbabwe’s own Sunday Mail.2014
• Ranked Number 1 Zimbabwean Contemporary Poet by Poemhunter UK,
• Cited and republished in over 10 local and international papers,
• Author of Irrigation Initiated Projects and Rural Livelihoods, Case of Mushandike, submitted to GZU]
• Qualified into the prestigious International Who is Who in Poetry Annual Book of Great Writers 2013
• E-books can be downloaded at Poemhunter, and at mobile app stores like OviStore, Android Market, Gamawap, Waptrick, Wapdam

Gaylord Munemo's Works:

Other Published and Unpublished Books:

Legacy Book of Love Poetry Vol.1- 15 by Gaylord Munemo
The tales of Love by Gaylord Munemo
The reality of dreams by Gaylord Munemo
The reality of a lie by Gaylord Munemo and John Fihijin
My long walk by Gaylord Munemo and Emilia Sorey

PoemHunter.com Updates

My Solemn Thought

Take my hand, you tell me of roots,
Look in me; I speak of the leaves,
I have the tree in my mind,
You see of its development from the start,
Yet I see of its flowers above and beyond,
You say to me, look above the clouds,
Is the eagle yet to land from its spread wings,
I never want to tire; I have the moment in my mind,
Wishing to see beyond the rainbow,

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