A poetic journey through a black woman's sensuality. By sharing her luv and lust stories in poems and lyrics, she transports the reader in the road of self discovery and self love.
Sex is such a taboo subject within the African Diaspora. Whether you are a Black woman based In Dakar, Paris, Dallas or Kingston, it is hard for us women to talk openly about our sexuality. Seen, perceived and used as sexual objects for centuries, we have been denied the right to cum. To receive orgasms. To be pleased. To be loved.
Yes She Came is here is to provide you with a new way to see your sexuality and sensuality. To trigger parts of you you’ve been denying. To launch a conversation with your friends, family members, your man maybe, but most importantly with yourself.
To change this internal dialog, that song you keep repeating over and over again. That song that says you are not enough or perhaps too much. That you you do not deserve to live the sexual life you aspire to have. Because GOOD sex is an essential part of life, a sacred act, moment, that we all have the right to live.
From Anjou with Love
your kind REVIEWS
Thank you For sharing, your words that will be answers to many aches ... I loved reading you ... your style is very interesting but especially dense, intense, soft, sometimes light, too. Your words leave a trace. Poetry. From the moment. The impression of knowing you by reading yourself. In any case it made an effect very similar to that provided by reading, listening to the texts of Jill Scott. Some of your lyrics, by the way, looked like songs.
An artist you are! You are really inspiring. Inspiration never stops filling your heart with her poetry, she who works in silence, nourishes, connects to your spirit / your singularity ... May she continue to show you the way, show you the way still and always. ✨🙏 ✨
The second part or Interlude is rich, moving, striking.
Thank you. To share. It's about being And staying in the sharing, to wear oneself. Better ones. Others.
Your poetry echoes in me ... thank you for sharing.