• Poems,  Social Issues

    Let Me Define Myself

    Biology helped the doctors define who I was at birth: My genitalia like the vulva and vagina tells the doctor I am a girl. Now, as a grown-up woman, it is still by biology; ‘cos at this mature stage, I…

  • Gender Discourse,  Poems

    MY JEWEL.

    After nine months, I gave birth to you my precious jewel, You were my morning and my night, You were like the star that shineth in darkness, The moon that chased away all my darkness, I brought you to the…