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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LAMENTATIONS OF A SINKING SON
You behold the horizon Scared of the sinking sun That darkens your soul N wish you could stop its flight Through the vast skies of time Dumping us into the dusk of unknown

LAMENTATIONS OF A SINKING SON

By Patrick Ngugi  You behold the horizon Scared of the sinking sun That darkens your soul N wish you could stop its flight Through the vast skies of time Dumping…

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MABEL WACU, MY LOVE
This was the girl I was going to propose tonight, and it seems that a pleasant day had been ruined by her lateness.

MABEL WACU, MY LOVE

By Patrick Ngugi Mabel was late. Very late. It was getting to 10.30 pm and this worried me tremendously because the stretch from the matatu stage to the house was…

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