Coloring the black shades with her queen, in the game she thought she was playing, she didn't realize, until her heart broke into twenty-nine pieces of silver, one shy of Judas, zero dignity, reduced to less than Hosea's wife, because hers came with no title, that she was only for hire, that she was only… Continue reading WIFE FOR HIRE!
You have been looking for a job for a while now since you left campus. You are tired of sending resumes and just about to give up. Other than dropping resumes you are beginning to wonder what to do with the time you now have in plenty. You don’t want to spend all of your… Continue reading Unemployed? Here are some things that you should know
This is my confession. It is a true account of the events that transpired on the 25th of December 2016, Christmas day. It is a Sunday. The day is warm with expectations and celebrations. I remembered to text a few acquaintances on my phonebook to let them know that this season brought a passing thought… Continue reading 7 years a prisoner: An abortion story
Let me guess: you want to lose weight in 2017, or maybe just eat healthier. Perhaps you want to spend less money or spend more time with your friends and family. I know I do. Self-improvement, or at least the desire for it, is a shared hobby for most of us. It's why so many… Continue reading Turning Twenty-Five
I was hoping that this year would slide away effortlessly and quietly into the next and I would not post anything here because, well, I can. But a scroll down my timeline and a walk in the streets reminds me that I really cannot. I am no monster! So yeah, I may have quit WhatsApp… Continue reading Christmas is here again! Enjoy it. Or not.
While some people like to hide behind fictional characters, others are so open it breaks your heart. It breaks your heart because to be like them is your seemingly unattainable dream for when you grow up, or when you die and come back recast as ratatouille. Okay, maybe not the second part because lol, this… Continue reading GUEST POST: UNLEARN
Seated on the seats opposite the Kenya archives, at a spot directly opposite Chicken inn, one Sunday afternoon I observed people; dark people, light people, tall, overdressed women in their Sunday garb, Nairobi ladies in these chiffon tops that have refused to go out of fashion, men in shiny suits and others in casual jeans,… Continue reading EDWIN
Limited by imagination rather than experience, Experiencing life only within your limits, Pleasure a thing you do not think you deserve, Deserving nothing but to please everyone… On and on you tread the shores of life, With your broken oars at hand, Wanting nothing but your deserved pence, Getting nothing on any merits, Life is… Continue reading CIRU
She is not an open book. She is not what would be described as a warm personality especially if what you are going on is the first impression. She is rather like a bad case of malaria, terrible on all fronts except for when you get to read a book or two undisturbed during your… Continue reading ON MATURITY AND EMBARRASSMENT
Continued from Chapter 1: Part II PART I ‘I don’t need any more gifts, tributes that rot and stink. Unless you brought more ale, get out!’ ‘I am no admirer’ ‘What are you then, some poor-know-it-all hoping to strike a bargain? ‘Yes. A know-it-all. I have some information that I am sure you want’ He opened… Continue reading CHAPTER II: THE BARGAIN