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When I Marry Rimanto

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Rimanto is a character that was created by Lewis Wamwanda in his poem “when I marry Rimanto”. The poem hit the literary world and within a span of a week, received responses from poets across Africa. Rimanto is believed to be a woman of bewitching beauty whom men can’t afford to look at without salivating. The gods

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Rimanto is a character that was created by Lewis Wamwanda in his poem “when I marry Rimanto”. The poem hit the literary world and within a span of a week, received responses from poets across Africa. Rimanto is believed to be a woman of bewitching beauty whom men can’t afford to look at without salivating. The gods blessed her with all that African beauty entails. She has the curves, the height, a sweet voice and a character to admire. she is also a daughter to a chief. Despite having many admirers, Rimanto has created a lot of enemies who can’t stand her success. This has created a gap between her lovers and admirers, and her enemies. This book also incorporates poems from Poets in Africa who came together to voice the African Culture.
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Lewis Wamwanda is a poet and novelist; He is The Founder of The Writers Pen, a literary organization. He is the author of Reflections: an Anthology of poems and Yours Truly published in the year 2019 and 2020 respectively. He has participated in many competitions such as poetry competitions held by Asian Literally Society. He has participated in coming up with Anthologies of Poems like The Murk Of life, The Shrills and Thrills and Stars and Scars (All published in 2019). He participated in the Kistretch Poetry Festival 7th Edition held In Kenya.

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