A Poem by Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa

This is what self-doubt feels like.


She can't explain the black and white seas of Her soul
So He won't understand why His colorful skies couldn't change them

She can't explain Her mind of heavy storms and wild chaos
So He won't understand why His sunny climates never tingle them a little bit

But She can tell Him...

That She believes that she is color blind
Because Her rainbows have been swallowed by Her fierce seas

That She believes that she is Winter
Because Her brightness has been destroyed by Her destructive thoughts

He lost her

© 2022 Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa

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How beautiful this was to read. Please feel free to add me as a friend. So we can share stories. Great work!

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Added on June 20, 2022
Last Updated on June 20, 2022
Tags: Thoughts, self doubt, sad


Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa
Nandawula Regine Kabali-Kagwa

South Africa

Nandawula is a young poet who has self-published her first poetry collection, "Inside Her Roses". She has been a writer for years and has grown exponentially. Her ability to craft her own descriptive.. more..