Context is very important, though very misleading. It is only misleading to those who have refused to understand the basics of the involved case. Let me not claim monopoly of this certain understanding, but please, think with me. Politics is a good thing to indulge in, in view of service to people, but today I … Continue reading TO SEPULCHRE IN DEBT: POOR RICH PEOPLE.
An article to present the roots of my African nickname, lasting fifteen years down the line.
A poem to express my call for unity in Kenya, my nation.
Is there anyone who loved the soup better than Ochiemo? Read my poem to find out. Enjoy the read.
My sonnet poem featuring the torture that Kenyan fishermen undergo in the controversial Migingo Island between Kenya and Uganda, even being forced to eat raw fish by the Ugandan police. Feel the read.
My second sonnet, featuring my best friend and fellow blogger, Michelle Abiero. We have the same visions and aims, enjoy the read.
A sonnet poem featuring the preparations of a night-runner somewhere in my nation. It is allied to witchcraft and not very welcome in our society. Enjoy the read. It's a sonnet.
A response to a response. My poem to reply Prof. Nyong'o's poem, Daughter of the Lowland, which was a response to Okot p'Bitek's 'Song of Lawino'. Enjoy the read.
"Give me only two more Guaranas! "Okong'o would order loudly in a bar "I will build you silicon savannahs!" Okong'o would say, drunk in a stir. Okong'o was a rich man. Rich indeed! With a big mud hut, and a granary Okong'o would fall down, and bleed! But still, Okong'o loved the bottle. Okong'o won … Continue reading HE LOVED THE BOTTLE
Enjoy the read. The extent to which graft by our so called political leaders has earned our country a reputation for hosting thieves.