Adiela Akoo Quotes
''A whipping tongue scathingly lashes a false sense of power failing to reflect that a tongue portrays the character of its possessor!''From Lost in a Quatrain by Adiela Akoo, Poem: Whiplash
''But the words refuse to come,From Lost in a Quatrain by Adiela Akoo, Poem: Coupling
like they did in my bed,
so it may very well be said
that my very best work,
remained in my head!''
''and I pondered this curiously crazy lifeFrom Lost in a Quatrain by Adiela Akoo, Poem: as the rain pitter-pattered
and the things I failed to grasp as a girl
but thought I understood now
as a softer, wiser woman
I thought about life and death...
I thought about tonight's dinner menu too...''
''What is this life that wraps us up in tests?From Lost in a Quatrain by Adiela Akoo, Poem: Wrapped Up
That has us fleeing the demons of yesterday,
only to find them further down the path,
waiting to trip us up again?''
''Life is not something we put on the back burner hoping to get to live further down the line''Adiela Akoo https: //adielaakoo.wixsite.com/writer/blog
''It is from the overflow of our cup that we give off our best to others''Adiela Akoo https: //adielaakoo.wixsite.com/writer/blog
''Poets are cut from a tender cloth that covers our world in beauty''Adiela Akoo
''Poetry is intimacy between poet and reader. It is revealing your truth and feeling safe acceptance in the unveiling.''Adiela Akoo
''Make time to do the things you love, the things that balance and ground your energy...the things that cause your cup to overflow''Adiela Akoo https: //adielaakoo.wixsite.com/writer/blog
''How shall we fill the cup of another if ours is empty? And how do we go about filling our cup? It begins with the self! Self care. Self love. Self development. Self discipline. Self knowledge... understand the world within, in order to understand the world without. Know thyself in order to understand that which is greater than thyself!''Adiela Akoo https: //adielaakoo.wixsite.com/writer/blog
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Curtain of night
pinned with stars
crickets serenading a dancing breeze
Water wafting wilfully
on slime-smoothed stones
singing songs of appease
A lilting song
picking pirouetting petals
from fragrant frangipani trees
quietly redolent of the Highest Call
Enamoured Soul on its knees!
Cape Town 1990
I rode the train to work today,
my first day on the job.
Friends offered to kindly show me,
a quick way to get to town.