Ladder To Life (Excerpt from my book ‘On Your Way To Wise Road’)

  I have felt the heat of the scorching sun and the strength of the blowing wind. I have tasted the sand with every thud to the ground. My mouth has broken. I have bled, sweated emotions far much beyond the natural. With every drop there is a lesson, sometimes too hard, sometimes so sweet. […]

Silent Ladder

Am moving to another phase of life Where sex is sweeter And the Bible deeper Here, people look greener But my head’s not growing bigger   Am learning what it means to love a woman She cherishes little nothings And makes bubbles out of dying soap In her world, little things are big Like the […]

Lonely Woman

I watch you! Walk in the city streets With faces green, black and red Are we the citizens our freedom fighters bred? For whom they lost their precious lives in dirty bloodshed!   I watch you! Sleep in tendrest pretence Passing by beggars in your suits Your stomach fed Wearing scorching smiles But your heart’s […]

Kenya, My Mother Tongue

  Was independence the end of political fights? Democracy languishes in her infancy You lie enslaved by tribal illiteracy Rotten plights Yearning to kill in the street For people who care about you not one bit Woe unto you who walks with a soul unlit Your poverty is the advantage of the elite   How […]

I Am My Own Man!!

  Pressure. That’s the word ringing in my mind. Confusion…and confusion. Am not sure what falling in love means anymore. But I am, it’s loving someone, right? Man-woman, woman-man, right? Men in my age live like they come from a different planet. Or at least the women in their lives make them. Well, we make […]

Woe Unto Kenya

The appalling citizenship many Kenyans own, if our country was human, she would be crying everyday over people who pretend to love her yet they keep breaking her heart all the time. Why can’t Kenyans treat their country like they treat their loved ones? Family goes beyond blood when we are living within the same […]

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