Nairobi Rain

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It is a rainy evening in Nairobi, Long lines at the bus stop, Muddy, exhausted and hurrying feet, She is almost there. Feet in sodden socks and sharp toed boots, Are rushing to a rendezvous, Looking for an umbrella with a company logo on it, He crosses the puddled road. Lips parted in hallo say, […]

Categorizing Kenyan Rain

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In Britain, or wherever English came from, it rains cats an dogs. my english teacher had a hard time explaining the phrase to me. She must have been relieved when I finally pretended I understood. There were many other other English phrases, sayings and idioms I had issues with, like, “head over heels”…I mean the […]