I’d Loved Before, But Never Like This

bandele, asha
February 2016
Ebony;Feb2016, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p113
An essay is presented on motherhood and mother's love. The author relates her experience of giving birth to her daughter named Nisa, and helping her grow up as a free person. It also discusses the author's past relationships, her memories of good times with her daughter, and how her daughter liberated her and other people around them.


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