The beauty of a landscape…

Fleuve Ngoko au Cameroun (Moloundou)

The beauty of a landscape… Somewhere… Eastern Cameroon … The strength of a photo The beauty of a landscape The power of an image Ultimately it’s like music Touching you in this invisible place of the eyes. Soothing, calming, invigorating Quick to make the imagination fly. Yes, yes, seeing a beautiful photo does all that … Lire l’article…The beauty of a landscape…

Dulu Biding y’Enying : The Journey of Soulmates

Dulu Biding y’Enying : The Journey of Soulmates A short poetry in Ewondo (my native language, Fang-Beti, Central Africa) and English. DuluDulu BidingDulu Biding y’EnyingDulu Biding y’Enying Kom… Be ne bezá?Minyímbi mi Mod?Eyét Nsísím ?Be ne bezá á bëbëlá ? Your thoughts about it? The JourneyThe Journeys of SoulsThe Journey of SoulmatesThe Journey of Eternal … Lire l’article…Dulu Biding y’Enying : The Journey of Soulmates

Smile, in joy like its opposite

Sourire à la vie, être maître de sa joie

Smile, in joy like its opposite Smile… In joy like its opposite And above all to tell yourself that no one except you should not be the master of your beautiful smile Big thought to all with dysfunctional families This kind who tirelessly pull you down and down And because of social or cultural pressure, … Lire l’article…Smile, in joy like its opposite

« Ză, á mvoé, ză ! » : A little poetry quote in my african language (Ewondo)

Harmonie (Minsili Zanga)

« Ză, á mvoé, ză ! » : A little poetry quote in my african language (Ewondo) Ză, á mvoé, ză ! Ză bí tám tә kə Á ǹnam mëlú bí bә bɔ̀ngɔ Efà minnəm mínә nló dzóbo E minyón mí mod yә efúb efúb In English we’ll have : Come, Friend, come! Come take a walk In the land of … Lire l’article…« Ză, á mvoé, ză ! » : A little poetry quote in my african language (Ewondo)

The natives of African capitals : The case of Kolo Beti (Yaounde, Cameroon)

Ongola Ewondo (Yaoundé) Kolo Beti

The natives of African capitals : The case of Kolo Beti (Yaounde, Cameroon) How to preserve an identity in a world where “development” is not always accompanied by inclusive programs for the indigenous populations of the big metropolises, and this in spite of the international conventions supposed to protect them? The case of the Kolo Beti … Lire l’article…The natives of African capitals : The case of Kolo Beti (Yaounde, Cameroon)

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