Who wrote the poem that has the words Dezibnoza had treated me thus she had laid me among the sharps of the forest returning is not possible?
The poem you refer to is called "Songs
of Sorrow" by Kofi Awoonor. Kofi Awoonor (1935â€“2013) was born
George Awoonor-Williams in Wheta, Ghana. Besides being a poet,
literary critic, and professor of comparative literature, he acted
as an ambassador for Ghana.
The first stanza of the poem reads:
Dzogbese Lisa has treated me thus
It has led me among the sharps of the forest
Returning is not possible
And going forward is a great difficulty
The affairs of this world are like the chameleon feces
Into which I have stepped
When I clean it cannot go.
*Note: This stanza was found online. I cannot verify whether it is accurate. I have not read this poet.
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