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The Funeral

I had imagined standing here in the front row, dressed in all black and watching as the machine lowered whatever remains of my mother into the earth, back where she came from. 1,408 more words

The latest blast of increasing conversion of straight women to lesbianism has left an aftermath of fidgety and jealous men in Kenya worrying about scarcity of marriageable partners. 723 more words

Tired of bullshit !!

Hey guys here is finally another post !

I’m going to be writing much more I had a very rough year but I am back! 398 more words



I kept on staring at the picture,

And kept on struggling to add some filter,

Because deep down it’s not yet clear,

Maybe I’m okay or maybe perfect will be lighter, 90 more words

Qu'est-ce que Aada?

Aada signifie tradition, coutume en pulaar (peuhl) qui est un dialecte d’Afrique de l’Ouest parlé au Mali, Sénégal, Guinée, Mauritanie, Cameroun, Nigeria avec quelques variations. 84 more words


My Kenyan Obsessions

Part I

Matters of a Contemporary Kenya

All is well, usually before weaving into the Kenyan contemporary narrative; until my peers and I are nudged to commit to an identity tag. 967 more words