Mouths Full Of Dawn
Mouths full of dawn is the first series of poetry from the author's Colors of the Millennium Collection. It is a collection of prose written in response to the social injustice and stigmatization of those who are marginalized and misplaced in society. This book explores many universal themes. Many of which include race, migration, family, mental illness, heartbreak, coming of age & self-love.
Mouths full of dawn serves as a guide on how to overcome unfavorable environments and situations through optimism and grace, whilst giving back hope to humanity.
VENI VIDI AMAVI
This book is for the misplaced and mistreated. For the million broken amens. For the children with sad eyes but kind hearts. For the oppressed and forgotten. I've always loved you. Now love yourself.
I want to thank everyone who supported Mouths Full Of Dawn. So thank you Osobe Waberi, Lizette Drepaul and Robert Quehl. And above all, I would like to thank my family.
Angel Adu-Gyamfi is a 17-year-old Toronto-based poet of West African descent. In her spare time, she enjoys performing and writing poetry. She is currently in her last year of high school and aspires to be an influential spoken word poet.
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