SO SOON
Why did you have to break the promise? To always be there for me? You aren’t here anymore, and it’s never the same, It was too soon.

SO SOON

By Anita W. You left without a word, You left without a hug or a kiss, You left my heart empty, That was so soon,   You had promised to…

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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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STATE OF SIN
Come Friday evening and we were at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, waiting for South African Airways which was scheduled to land at 7 pm. We had been at the airport since 6 pm, and finally there was message at the electronic screen announcing the touchdown of the flight.

STATE OF SIN

By Patrick Ngugi It was about a week before Mildred’s parents, Teresa and Dlamini, arrived from Durban and I was amazed at how fast the days were rushing. It was…

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