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Song Against Violence On Women & Children

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Ronnie T Sitima ft Mac Junior have released a cool song that comes together with a video dubbed; “Pray for Me”. This comes as a third official song for Ronnie as he has already released two songs to date. “We Alright” was released early June 2019 and the first one was released two years ago in October 2017; “Blurred lines”. Ronnie’s songs are always laden with social message, ” We Alright” was headed for social transformation. Speaking to Motimagz Magazine on the recent project, Ronnie had this to say:

My latest offering featuring my friend was fueled by the need to fight the modern day perpetuating disease of violence against women and children.We contemplated shooting a video for a love song at first but the passion we carry for social transformation had us opting for the recently delivered project..We can promise the world that we have not even started delivering the best we have,we’re test-driving our roller coaster as we get ready for a long ride.In the meantime, keep looking into the horizon while assimilating the social message embedded in “Pray for me”.

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Societal Blindfold

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I did not want to be like them.
I always believed they were to blame.
I only saw what the society defined,
“Women are a problem” yet, I am a woman also.
I believed every word society uttered to me.


Years passed and I grew up with my own truth,
Rather the truth presented to me.
Growing up to the societal good and bad definitions.
Little did I know,
It was never the reality.

I glanced at my own mother crying her life out.
Still, I blamed her and saw a wicked one who
Could not make him stay.
“Mama, you failed us,” only if I knew.
I did not want to be her.
I did not want to be them.

I perceived marriage as a trophy and gold medal of life.
Believed every word my society taught me as a woman.
I focused more on finding the right man.

I snubbed my dreams, potentials, and talents.
Ask me why?
All because I did not want to be them.
 Who is them?
Them single mothers.
They were evil according to my learned descriptions.
Little did I know.

I allowed years to slide.
My dreams called, I closed my ears.
“Women are nothing.”
Only to realize, all was a
Societal Blindfold.

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By SiCie.

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A penurious life.

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Admiring the mouth-watering menu,

My throat craving for a cold beer.

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Searching my pockets,

A budget for a loaf of bread is the reality.

I then understand why,

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A penurious life.

By Trevor Virima

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Gratifying its way.

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Sunday full of its luxuriate spirit,

Carrying the drowsiness of Monday to a

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Tuesday as it brings the burden of chores.

Wednesday giving light to a thirsty Thursday as we prattle about

Friday becoming a Zip line to an

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Entertaining Saturday.

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