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Sunday, 8 February 2015


I'm happy to mention new poetry books on receipt of a copy or a press release.
I haven't time to read & review but I am happy to share news of publications.
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by Patricia Bamurangirwa

There are sins you can forgive or
Pretend to forgive, but can’t forget
My Africa, full of love
Peace and unity, of immeasurable richness.

Patriotism is a poetry book for readers of all ages, nationalities and walks of life. Touching on subjects including religion, love and hate, it reveals how different emotions can be strong in their own unique ways.

The words in Patricia Bamurangirwa’s poetry will show readers that it is possible to achieve your dreams, encouraging and teaching them to have hope for tomorrow. Inspirational in nature, the poems contain a message: that life doesn’t mind if you are rich or poor, that we are all the same and that sometimes people can be happy or sad in the same ways.

Written in English and also translated into Kinyarwandan, Patriotism will be enjoyed by poetry readers across the world, particularly those who have connections to Rwanda. It will also appeal to fans of the author’s two previous books, Rwanda Yesterday (2013) and My Mother’s Dreams (2014).

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