‘Bey the Light’ : Beyonce Pens Poem To Daughter Blue Ivy [WATCH VIDEO]
As we all know Beyoncé is one of the most influential women in the world so it’s not surprising to perceive her as perfect. But recently she tries her hand at writing so let us find out what impact she made with the pen. According to MTV, she penned down a poem that will be featured in the “CR Fashion Book,” the latest project of former “Vogue” Paris editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld. Read on for more interesting details about Beyonce’s new venture.
It seems that the “Drunk In Love,” singer shared a personal poem in lieu of a conventional interview together with an assortment of her pictures. The poem is entitled “Bey the Light.”
Beyonce provided the touching words for the poem, which was then remixed by Forrest Gander. Gender is a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in poetry in 2012. Beyonce has expressed same contemplation shown in “Life Is But a Dream” on HBO. It was reported that the poem showcased the lessons Beyonce learned from her personal life as Blue Ivy’s mother and professional career as a world-renowned music artist.
In an excerpt from her poem, she revealed that her daughter holds the utmost importance in her life.
“It’s my daughter, she’s my biggest muse.
There’s someone, we all find out soon,
more important than ourselves to lose.”
The most captivating are Beyoncé’s thoughts on her “healing” role as a songstress. As she describes it:
“I’m a vessel for all that isn’t right,
for break-ups and lies and double-cross.
I sing into that vessel a healing light.”
She expressed that her journey of learning started very early.
“I learned at a very young age,
When I need to tap some extra strength,
to put my persona, Sasha, on stage.”
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