The woman in me

Journal for Africa Book review
Overall
4.5

The woman in me

Miss Thabitha Williams is a rising author with incredible talent and skill. Wiliam’s writing is personal and insightful, introducing the background of the story in every poetry in a unique and captivating way. She shared another inspirational novel when she wrote an anthology of poetry titled “When Tears Speak,” which remarkably reaches the deepest depths of emotional intelligence. This book of poetry gives insight to its title “The woman in me,” by sharing the story of knowing a person’s worth in life. Furthermore, the poems explore the spheres of abuse, life and death. In a society, there are problems shadowed by what are regarded as social norms and acceptable ways of coexisting which people sometimes overlook. However, good poetry has a way of penetrating and touching these issues in a captivating way, letting the past mingle with the present problems, and women mingle with men to make the repertory of exceptional poems that uplift societies. These captivating poems form the foundation of the book, making it a desirable virtuous book of poetry.

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