Imancipation



Oh! What Joy it is to let go of all the hate
Too focused of negative energy I couldn't see I was blocking my own gate
The devil throwing dollar signs and I took the bait
With your Prada I have got to say bye, I'm starting on a clean slate




Wiping all the limiting beliefs, I'm unlearning, I'm getting rid of the dead weight
With meditation, prayer and great anticipation it's getting a lot easier to demonstrate
Yes, I think I'm getting it, time to set the record straight




I'm recharging, Rejoicing, Remembering, yes you just have got to love fate
Because no matter how far you think you may have gravitated from your destiny mate
The truth is; you are standing right in it, no matter the bitter taste




Meditate and you'll continue to elevate and emancipate 

About this poem

I was recently let go/fired from work and wrote this poem to find myself and learn from it all in order to accept, grow and heal.

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Submitted by BridgetteH on August 27, 2022

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Bridgette Mphahlele Hlophe

Bridgette is a poet, writer, dancer and aspiring entrepreneur from South Africa. I enjoy writing, nature and spending time with my family (husband and 4 children). more…

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