Biography of Tea Kawana
Mostly I find it hard to talk; to open my mouth and just talk. I prefer to reveal every layer of thought, expressing it on a piece of paper.
Tea Kawana's Works:
Tea Kawana Poems
Like a bride ought to be set let me also be primed: Or like a young girl who awaits for her season
A True Woman
I don’t stare But I’ve made a trillion glimpses. She is beautiful without And within, my heart is in awe of her.
I faced the white duvet cover, but couldn't see it in front of me. Tears flooded my eyes, but I couln't feel them.
Galatians 5: 17
I am not impeccable, My natal scars bring about unpleasant things, Part of me wants to destroy the other; I want to eat my own flesh, yet drive away my belief.
No One Compares To You
When you left, I went into the kitchen, To make myself a cup of tea.
Dear God, Use me as a vessel upon this desert sea To travel Use me as a vessel still to reach
I Don't Feel Alive
Sometimes I don't feel alive, and sometimes my feelings are ambivalent. My thoughts are songs that are on repeat. I cry a thousand tears within and without and
On bended knee, Bowed head, Hands clasped together, She prayed.
The little world we belonged to, Defined me as East, and you as West. A line was determined beforehand; Splitting us by our visible differences,
You Are Amazing
As unworthy as I am; I came to you. For there was none other I could go to.
I Love Music
We are like instruments, Unique; percussion, wind, stringed… Our moods are the keys: We can be happy, sad, angry,
It was sunsets then, It was tea. It was eyes then That leaked ease.
Maid In Love
Whenever you come near, your radiation penetrates through my skin, my blood pressure rises, my pulse races.
The Sun In Front Of The Classroom
Every day for registration I would walk in and turn right to give him a ‘good morning’ smile. He would reply with that soft voice he had,
I encountered many,
and many seemed to have no reason,
Though young I may be,
I've been shown what's mine,
so now I am sowing,
to gather up an ample harvest:
of plentiful luscious bright fruits,
and succulent veggies.
I'll place them in my basket,