Mildred K. Barya compares Beverley Nambozo’s “At the graveyard” with Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy”

Beverley Nambozo and Sylvia Plath. Different generations coming together through poetry

The first time I read Beverley Nambozo’s poem, “At the graveyard” I liked it very much but no comparison came to my mind.

The second time I read it, which is recently, I was like whoa, how did I miss the Plath connection? How could I not have seen it?

So I was glad when wonderful Zocalo asked me to be guest editor, and select any poems by any poets that I admire.

Click here to read: What Beverley Nambozo (Uganda) and Sylvia Plath (USA) have in common.

Enjoy and add your comments if you can.

Beverley Nambozo and Sylvia Plath.

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