THE GREAT ‘HOPPER
Let the rains fall We shall sow Let the seeds sprout We shall harvest The hopper perches On the twigs again.

THE GREAT ‘HOPPER

By Everlyn Ongogo; Kakamega, Kenya. The rock For three paird moons Rolled As we rolled on With our daily chores The seasons Fairly fair We ironically enjoyed The solitude When…

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THE POEM IN MY LIP
The poem, in my lip won't be consumed by the sun

THE POEM IN MY LIP

By Evelyn Ongogo The poem in my lip won't fade with age Her melody 's like an arrow that dares the sun's eyeball Waters of blue hue runs in the…

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THE MASKS OF LOVE
They say Love is red That Love isn't blue or Green, Or purple, or Indigo, Or yellow or Orange!

THE MASKS OF LOVE

By Evelyn Ongogo They say Love is red That Love isn't blue or Green, Or purple, or Indigo, Or yellow or Orange! But why Red? Isn't Red, the colour of…

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