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From The Heart Of A Child

When I was born no one want me.
The called me baby girl I had no identity.

I was in this world alone.
I had no place to call home.

At first I thought I go through life with no where to belong.
Fighting to survive all on my own,

but then I met you.
A person who made all my dreams come true.

For you gave me an identity.
You made my dream a having a home a reality.

Although you weren’t the mother of my birth.
You’re the only mother I have loved on this earth.

I would like to thank you mother for making me feel worthwhile.
This poem is a tribute to you; from the heart of your child.
 
Lore Me34

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  178.     

Identity

Our life experiences aren't the same.
We have our own personalites
And that's o.k.
But when that image has been changed.
By others who condemn you in everyway.
U struggle to keep yourself afloat.
When who you are, you seem not to know.
The journey to find one's self seem unsure.
The inner self broken and bruised.
Not to fear, theirs more in me.
Despite, the events that try hard to be.
My Identity is God's gift to me.
Everyone's unique, with much diversity.
So with God's grace put upon me.
Identity is also an inner beauty
That has yet to be seen.
 
Natasha McGee

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Soldier Of Stance

A fortress of identity
Solid and unbreakable,
In the jungle of deception
Can’t be bulldozed by propaganda

Soldier of stance; Kamikaze
Defend dignity to the last blood
In the battle against biasness

Buried with no tombstone
Alone,
For the sake of identity,
For the sake of the truth
Finally, dies with dignity.
 
Ibnu Din Assingkiri

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  180.     

A Sense Of Identity

Can I take your identity?
Ghanaian, Am I?
Do I take your identity?
Black American? Am I?

Whose name do I take?
An Ewe? Am I?
What name do I take?
An Anlo? Am I?

What clan do I belong?
Lafe? Am I?
Which clan do you belong?
Adzovia? Are you?
 
Doris Dzameshie

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