-You had to leave,
like they said you were meant to.
You strangled my throat from the inside
by filling me with your love for me.
It was tough when it came to
gulp down the pain or the truth,
that you had to walk away.
My throat hurt,
I even couldn’t call your name out,
to say, minimal words of my love.
Creases of your foot leaving me,
reminded me of how much memories
can be a cause to breakdowns in life.
Making memories has always been
what I lived for.
You held me like I didn’t matter,
like even though I was but a
fragile ceramic trim
you allowed me to fall,
break into smithereens,
and blatantly, I broke.
Like they said I was meant to.
Meet Comfort Ocran, a Ghanaian motivational speaker and author. She is the CEO of Legacy & Legacy (a management consultancy company) and Executive Director of Springboard Roadshow Foundation (a youth development and mentoring platform). She is also the co-founder of Combert Impressions.
Comfort holds a master's degree in Linguistics from the University of Ghana. She is married to Albert Ocran, an international motivational speaker. She has three children, Joojo, Naana and Nhyira.
Comfort and her husband have authored 20 books including The Lord, Madiba and the Eagle and Speak Like a Pro. She runs an annual motivational and career guidance tour around Ghana called SpringBoard Road Show. It serves as a platform for the nation's leading public and private sector leaders to interact and inspire the up and coming youth. She is also the executive producer of Springboard, Your Virtual University which runs weekly on Joy 99.7 FM.
Comfort is a fellow of the Aspen Institute and the Africa Leadership Initiative. She is also a fellow of International Visitor's Leadership Program. She, in conjunction with her husband, Albert, were given the Excellence Leadership Award for youth development. She was voted one of Ghana's most influential personalities for 2014.
Comfort is an inspiration to us all.
She is a #WomanOfGhana
. She is a #SuperWoman
You'd find her on Instagram and Twitter @ComfortOcranA
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We often get attracted towards the people who are either hyped by the time or other worldly factors of materialistic life than be inspired by the people who stay low key and work hard on the real issues to make difference , redefining humanity .