Hey Love, I’m sorry it’s taken some time for me to write back to you. I’ve read all of your messages and I know you’ve been worried sick. I truly am sorry, but with everything that has happened lately I couldn’t bring myself to leave the house, let alone reach out to you.
‘You’re just – what’s the word now –,’ Father began, about Mother, in that tight exaggeration-of-exasperation manner he developed in itchy moments like this (there are usually no words (enough) for him to describe what Mother is just), then, not finding the ‘word’ he didn’t seem to have looked hard enough for, continued in a […]
I am seated at the lobby waiting to travel to Mombasa, I have been Whatsapping Angel for a few minutes now. I have saved her as Angel PS on my phone. In high school we had this guy we called Kevo PS. It was said Kevo loved watching more porn than was what allocated to […]
7 years ago, Kenya was at the edge of total chaos. The devil and his minions had set camp in our country with a purpose. The 2007/08 Post-Election Violence is the biggest blight in our independent history. It was a moment that many Kenyans got to know how deep-seated our tribal hatred goes. It was […]
It was over in an instant. But in that instant, the inclination was a polarized drift against a tinged sensation on that sensually charged body. Well, she wore a dour character with the prospect of him leaving the vicinity which loomed with each impending second that elapsed. “I think al need my panty back now.”
Jacob Muthuri Kiome, born 51 years ago in Meru is a man who has seen much in this world and struggled through thick and thin to get where he is. He started his schooling in Nkubu Primary school where he struggled hard enough to secure a place in Form One, in the high flying St. […]