She wakes up weak, pale and blank. The emptiness she feels is choking. The problem is farfetched. Is it the ukwa she ate last night or the sex of last month when her fiancée came? She wouldn’t know.
We stood on the other side of the road, at the edge of the pedestrian crossing. Our bodies were in the way and yet somehow still managed to let traffic pass. He stood talking business with his friend, while the friend’s girlfriend and I stood aside and watched people pass. We saw who was rushing […]
I’m sorry I took you out without checking the calendar, It is a wrong day to be or not to be religious. I’m sorry things are not how they used to be when I was your age… Nowadays kids do grown up things, they even die in grown up fights.
The first time I saw you, was the birth of the goosebumps my skin raises today I have never known a moment like when it hit me, I would take lessons to speak your heart language. This world is not meant for the weak, but I’m meant for the times my knees lose strength around […]
I’m at a stage in my life where I am sick. Forget about routes and main roads, I am sick of policemen at my matatu stage. I’m not scared of cults anymore. I am scared policemen can pass for Mungiki. I’m not saying they resemble much, but I can swear, they collect much!
Yes, it is all in my head. No, I cannot snap out of it. Pick me up. Bring me down Turn me all around. It is like a roller-coaster in my head and it drives me crazy! Funny isn’t it? How we expect to get ill, even sign up for medical insurance. Illness in any […]