Gulp by gulp

I remember my father youthful days for how they filled our home with life. Back then, we lived in a three-roomed house made of timber. It was my father who build that house. He was the architect and I was his handsman. I wasn’t of much help. I was young. I did not know what […]

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Dead beat

“Uncle.” That is the first name that comes to his mind the time we meet. I am sitting at a bus terminus waiting for a friend. I am already bored of looking around and I’m busying with my phone ogling at pictures of the beautiful BMW X7. Everyone I know loves it. I wonder if […]

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Visitation.

Njeri stands a few kilometers from Kihingo shopping center in the outskirts of Njoro town in the heart of The Great Right Valley. This is where she wore a rented wedding dress and said “I do” to her husband, Ongili, a man she describes as a strong character and humble man. It is also where […]

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Gone

There will be days when you’ll miss me, You will call my number but I will snub, You will snap, swear to never call again, But you will still pick up your phone and dial again! There will be nights you’ll spend, His manhood lost within the forest of your thighs, My name will escape […]

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Gone

There will be days when you’ll miss me, You will call my number but I will snub, You will snap, swear to never call again, But you will still pick up your phone and dial again! There will be nights you’ll spend, His manhood lost within the forest of your thighs, My name will escape […]

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Two Down

Hi Claire, She’s on the web lately, Bouncing around carelessly, She’s been lied to, She’s cried too, She knows a jerk when she sees one, She’s never played a game she never knew to win, I knew better than to be in her trap, Yet she still tied me to her bra strap, She was […]

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