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Our weekly blogging schedule:

1. Monday: Poetry Day
2. Tuesday: Short Stories
3. Wednessday: Vocabulary Builder
4. Thursday: Quotes
5. Friday: Features and Opinions
6. Saturday: Funspot
7. Sunday: Spiritual

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  • The Blessings of this World
    Mothers are like rosesthat thrive among thones,beautiful, strong, hardworkingdetermined, persevering and, most of all,tolerant. Mothers listen first before responding;mothers understand first before tacklingbecause that which they are dealing withare a product of their love. Mothers are much-neededin this world full of sorrowwhere kids are stricken with coldand calamities.Mother’s are the blessings of this world. To be a mother is notContinue reading “The Blessings of this World”
  • Published at Spillwords
    I’m happy to announce that my poem “The Image of a Sad Mind” has been published at Spillwords. Many thanks to Editor Dagmara K. and the whole team at Spillwords for accepting my work for publishing. The Image of a Sad Mind I know the image of a sad mindthat a broken life gives,I know:it is what I saw onContinue reading “Published at Spillwords”
  • The Lizard Son
    “Chon chon gi lala… (Once upon a time),” she began narrating, “there was a man of the lake who said in his heart, ‘When I marry and start having children, I will take good care of my family.’ His name was Opondo. He was a fisherman at Nam Lolwe. So when time came, when he had enough cattle to payContinue reading “The Lizard Son”
  • Scars of Lockdown
    Dark cloudsand muffled talksrocked the atmosphereat the mentionof the first caseThen came the rules,and people all over,both big and smallwore visors,as the air, it was said,had grown very clatty Bitter news, daily,till we shunned hearing moreof the rising death tolls,the great dispositionof our foe:rife, brutal to human breath,consuming mankindall his way There,sitting on the vergeof hopelessness,we turned backthe hands ofContinue reading “Scars of Lockdown”
  • Praying Peacefully
    About a month ago, we had a new tenant in our residential plot. She came in to occupy the house that is just opposite mine. The evening she arrived, she came along with a bunch of people and they spent the whole evening and most of the night singing and praying (kind of like in a fellowship). The following dayContinue reading “Praying Peacefully”
  • Published: Twilight of Freedom
    The play “Twilight of Freedom” is finally out and accessible. Garbed in the story of a young farmer who fights for the relief of his wife and country from the shackles of economic, social and political oppression, Twilight of Freedom addresses the following key issues among others: a) Challenges affecting the dairy sector in most developing countries, and possible solutions.Continue reading “Published: Twilight of Freedom”
  • Tears of Laughter
    SynopsisThis is a critique on the persona’s community’s funeral culture. The persona faults how a lot of attention is given to the deceased and not their family. While the deceased is still ill, their friends and relatives do not take care of their medication and treatment. They only show up after he/she is announced dead to do a fundraiser forContinue reading “Tears of Laughter”
  • Linda’ Diary: Entry 21
    Tuesday, 4 March 2014 11:00PM Dear Jennifer,  After my husband left in the morning, I cleaned the house and did a little laundry. Later, I went out to see Faith, to settle the dispute that was rising between us. I hired a motorcycle to their place.  I found her seated at the porch of her house. At first, I thoughtContinue reading “Linda’ Diary: Entry 21”
  • Living a Desolate Lie
    Today I revisited this spoken word poem I made some years ago. It came right from within me as I was facing a terrible storm in my life. The truth is, many people often live between two worlds; the imaginery and the real worlds. The imaginery world is a perceived world, a misrepresentation of the real world. In the imaginaryContinue reading “Living a Desolate Lie”
  • Journey to the Moon
    Yey!! 😀The weekend’s rolling on, everybody. 🍔🍹🥂🍨🏖 🛵🏊‍♂️⛹‍♂️ As always, it’s time to eat and drink and take a small tour to the moon.  Pick your collection basket and let’s go. 🌜😊 Here we go. Below is a brief narrative poem to spice up your weekend. Seems Jason’s grandmother (in this story) wanted to pour scorn on our weekly toursContinue reading “Journey to the Moon”

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