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As we come to the end of Womens’ Month, I am sad to be drawing the curtain on my Women and Words series. I had a great time learning a little bit more about these awesome women and their journeys with words. As you know Zimbabwe is home to me,
I don’t usually write any thing on my Captured in Ink posts, but I will make an exception because this one is really special to me. Here’s to one of the people closest to my heart. Hey Lexy you inspire me. If you liked this post, please share. Follow the
Hi there, I am truly having a blast getting some insight on the journeys of these incredible women who have, without thinking twice, given me the opportunity to pick at their brains and see what makes them tick; why they chose to use words as their art and form of expression
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This week, our Women and Words series takes us to Zimbabwe as we get a better understanding of the faces behind verbal and written expression through the power of words. Hailing from Zimbabwe, Tanyaradzwa “Ty’ra Vanadis” Masaire Tanyaradzwa Masaire is a young woman of diverse
Moon within her lies so much beautyso much power yet at the hands of comparison she suffersalways second bestshe goes unnoticed every other dayyet yielding unique talents….don’t they know the stars shine is awe of herthe sun maybe mightier by daybut when darkness envelopes the earth at duskminiature in comparison as she may beto her uniqueness they will definitely agree