Struggling Against Wind and Tide

I’m in a struggle against wind and tide,So I will put forth different armament,Than those cruising on waters calm and balm,I can’t take a moment’s sabbatical from rowing and towing.For those in cool waters a nap is affordable,But for me no room to wink or blink,My gaze must remain keen and steady,I can’t laze or […]

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A firm and Desperate Companionship

It’s a firm union,Sustained with sable pinion,That exists between folks essentially evil,And the devil, But though firm,It’s it’s only for a term,It’s a desperate companionship,And a failed internship, While the sinner wants but cannot escape,The devil is equally unable to scape,And sooner when the devil must be cremated, Sinner’s only chance will be declared unconsummated, […]

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Whose Daughter is She?

You’ve finally met her,The girl you have seen only in your dreams,Her skin tone is your description of recherche,The shape of her legs looks destined to traverse the hills where your father’s home is situated,When she talks, you don’t want to interrupt because her voice makes you a melody of love,She has stolen your heart, […]

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Innocent is Sweet

I saw a baby giggling at the gentle touch of a stranger,I saw village kids grateful to see an old rickety rackety dump truck pass by,As a little boy, I couldn’t wait to play in the rain or slide on a muddy slope after rain,While herding my father’s flock, I would count all the vehicles […]

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Signs of a Dying World

What do you think is the fate of our World? What is lying at the end of the story? Have you ever thought there would be a final date for this world? How prepared are you for the Earth’s dying Day if it is there? What if it is there, and yet you live your […]

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3 Lessons that Many People Will Not Learn From the 2022 General Elections

When you see this title, it looks fashioned to a Kenyan audience, and that is true. Kenyans are the primary target. Nevertheless, a Burkinabe or a Panamanian reading this article is using their time effectively. If you are keen enough—which I’m sure are; only keen people read from this website—the electoral landscape in most countries […]

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The Paradox of Money

Money makes the world go round. It is such a great enabler that virtually everything revolves around it: from economies to societies, countries to companies, you name it. At an individual level, its importance cannot be overemphasized enough. The toil we accept and the ‘roughing up’ along the way as we pursue it justifies and […]

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