I was born in a part of Nairobi that is no longer a part of Nairobi and I grew up there as well. Rongai. … View Post
I sigh softly as my behinds make contact with the cold cement slab beneath me. You see, like any other Kenyan about to graduate, … View Post
Shaken hands with pain one too many times; Admiration and her name appear not in one sentence. Abuse of the Queen’s language … View Post
Tears? They are a language to whose eloquence He toots his horn Think he is all alone in this world? No. Nightmares are his … View Post
Like a friend who betrayed his own, the stars shyly peeped from above. In softest of hums, the winds blew over my skin, … View Post
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