Biography of Alexandra Yeboah
Hi, I'm Alexandra. Thank you all for reading my poems. It means a lot to me. Any positive feedback or constructive criticism would mean a whole lot. Thanks. I really enjoy writing, and I hope it can be something I do for a very long time. Aside from writing, I enjoy singing, reading, public speaking and playing tennis.
Alexandra Yeboah's Works:
Alexandra Yeboah Poems
A Mother's Love
A mother’s love is sweeter than honey from the honeycomb. It is more beautiful than
A Place To Belong
Sadness engullfs me, Depression overtakes me. I feel as if life is a bottomless pit,
Without you, there is no point in living. Why should the sun keep shining, The Birds singing,
Unconditional Love isn't just any kind of love. It's not the type of love you can get on the street.
Words— Beautiful as a mother’s kiss, A clear sky with cotton-candy clouds, A lark's cheerful melody,
Bubbly clouds strut along in a haven of soft sparkling blue, their bodies plump, massive white, feathery light.
When I close my eyes, all is lost. Evil sights around me fade away.
Who I Am
You may not like the colour of my skin whether it mocks the tawny mare of a lion strolling through the Savannah or whether it emulates the wings
Feet, Hands, Blood Of Jesus
Feet that walked on water with the power of the Father calmed Peter's fears and rid him of his cares.
Sing A Song
Sing a song of beauty, euphoria and love. Sing a song of peace that flows through your veins,
She was alone, All alone. Feelings of loneliness and sorrow gave way to
Love Of My Life
Jesus you're beautiful, pure and perfect, affectionate, the loveliness of you
Clouds swim in midnight blanket caressing the moon's round entity bathed in silver glow. The stars dance nearby
Smiles In My Heart
Hair that gleams like golden light, Skin the colour of alabaster. Eyes that dance and twinkle bright, Your lips, a curtain that draws back to crack a smile.
When I close my eyes,
all is lost.
Evil sights around me
I try to pretend nothing is there-
everything is gone.
I open my eyes,
reality hits me hard,