In Water For Roses, Donna Ogunnaike touched every fabric of society. First, as a reminder that art reflects society and secondly that human weaknesses are not as strong as our strengths.
Each poem in this collection projects self-reliance, self-awareness and most importantly a personal message to the wounded, that there is self-healing.
From Still Small Voice to Termititus Suffocatus, our human ability to thrive against all odds is encouraged. What Do You Wear? carries its own flames of culture.
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