I’m an African woman by Vechi Allen Vechilz

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I’m an African woman, a vivid description of black beauty, intelligence and uniqueness. Soft and tender, sweet forever, hard working and an endless lover,

I’m an African woman, admirer of my African culture.
The flaws, its goodness; I was beautifully crafted for greatness.

I’m an African woman, as strong as lion, and calm sheep,
I am a survivor which life would never skip.

I’m an African woman, the joy of the world that my husband would speak. Forever and ever my stories would stick.

I’m an African woman, too lovely and sweet,
Receptive to nature, as the air I breathe.

I’m an African woman till I die!
I am proud of my race and never shy.


Model: @ShadeTijani
Photo Credit: Victor Temple

Happy #internationalwomensday ❤
Even though it came late here’s a piece of sweet #poetry from me to you 😍

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By vechilz
Vadnuvechi Allen, preferably called "Vechi Allen vechilz", is a writer based in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He is a law student of the university of port harcourt, and an editor of popular entertainment blog, orbpress and 3pointplus. He was giving birth to on the 11th day of January around the late 90's. He fell in love with writing at his teenage age, and since then has proven to be outstanding with his written content. He has written a countless number of poems, articles, stories, and reviews which has gotten featured on top stories blog like Tushstories, Okadabooks, Orbpress and many more. When he isn't glued to his pen and paper, vechi, spends most of his time listening to rap music and making a cover version of them, which he keeps only for his personal consumption. He is currently working on a memoir, which is yet to be published. you can reach him and find more of his works at http://facebook.com/vechilz, http://twitter.com/vechilz, http://instagram.com/vechilz, http://vechilz.wordpress.com
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