Men. That is enough of a statement to get me thinking about what goes on in their minds. I would want to pick their minds and understand what goes on between their ears. One scenario that never eludes my mind is when; our fathers are seated in the family get togethers silently nodding in agreement … Continue reading Sundials in the Shade
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The Lover’s Meadow
A long day is over, as I stride with a pace of grace, and stop at the long queue at the Supermetro, I can’t help but notice a couple in front of me. The twilight hours, the buzz of the city, and the night lights set the ambience for them. You can tell that their … Continue reading The Lover’s Meadow
We are the world (are the world)We are the children (are the children)We are the ones who’ll make a brighter day so let’s start giving (so let’s start giving)We are the World by Lionel Richie and various artists is a song I have grown fond of. The brighter the days become, the more this song … Continue reading Say Cheese
Dry Bones Dance
Nairobi ni shamba la mawe. There goes your favorite saying everytime the going gets tough. You definitely can't help but agree with that little voice that keeps reminding you that indeed, Nairobi is not an easy place to reside. It always props up at those times when: Caro "ate your fare", now you are looking … Continue reading Dry Bones Dance
Max is a liar, don’t listen to him
Max is a liar, Don’t listen to him, He will toss you in the fire, If you agree to his schemes, Tell mom YOU told him to eat, The last serving of meat, Because you agreed to split it with him, Max is a liar, Don’t listen to him. If Max says the sky is … Continue reading Max is a liar, don’t listen to him
INSIGNIFICANT OTHER: Breadcrumbing and the Glorification of the bare minimum.
It’s no secret that dating is currently a dumpster fire for the majority of people. And while everyone is caught in the frenzy of searching for a scapegoat to comfortably shove the blame on, the reality: that those dancing to the tune of toxicity are in a futile race to avoid the risks that inherently … Continue reading INSIGNIFICANT OTHER: Breadcrumbing and the Glorification of the bare minimum.
Shika Paka Power:The Cat Influencer.
The creature stretched itself lazily in front of its custom made mirror.With its one good eye,it scoped out the little room,shrouded in semi-darkness.Was this real life?Was it just fantasy?It recalled lazing on the plush purple velvet pillow in the afternoons while licking its fur to the sounds of Bohemian Rhapsody and the taste of freshly … Continue reading Shika Paka Power:The Cat Influencer.
Sighs for Love Lost
The years is ending, I am getting older and it is horrifying. Now that that is out of the way, hello and how have you been? Eating well I hope, don’t starve yourself too much for your figure , or worse , for longevity , you’re not getting out of this life alive anyway, and … Continue reading Sighs for Love Lost
Congratulations, Happy Birthday and Goodbye!
“It was his birthday last week,” she said, “and we used to do this weeklong birthday thing the whole 15 years we were together. I would send him a text after waking up, every morning of that week, and every evening before going to bed. Even if we were in the same room, sharing the … Continue reading Congratulations, Happy Birthday and Goodbye!
The Art of Storytelling:The Lottery.
I do not know about the most of you. About how you lived your nights or how you survived blackouts whenever our "dearest" (KPLC) was out on a routine maintenance of her incompetence. For us, we would tell tales and it was during these moments that we would hear all the craziest myths there is. … Continue reading The Art of Storytelling:The Lottery.