Double Daddy Issues

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Tough as it may. Kileleshwa is quiet. Not as quiet as it were a decade ago, but yeah, it's quiet. Like a woman on the first day and a half after she’s married. She cooks and cleans with some gentle silence, dressed in her man’s baggy shirts and boxers, making all humble gestures that no … Continue reading Double Daddy Issues

Loud Silence

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Photo Credits: geeh_photographer This Art is... quiet,Yet too loud to go unnoticed.I know the artist. Not personally no!But by interpretation of her creation.She's those folks who want their space to themselves.She's those persons who want to be loved,but when you love them,they will say you're loving them a little too much.that you're speaking to them … Continue reading Loud Silence

I Can Fall For You Forever.

In the midst of the darkness that covers love,a darkness so black,blacker than the fiery Africa's slaves,I thank the nature of heart.It loves and believes even in it's brokenness.Mine, finds pleasure in loving you.I can fall for you forever. Meeting you was like...like listening to John Legend's Nervous,for the first time and knowing it would … Continue reading I Can Fall For You Forever.

Legends

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Anyone Can Be a Legend I'm a bit emotional today. People close to me have lost their loved ones over the weekend and I share in their grief by extension. For me, the closest I have come to losing a loved one, is a friend who was more like a brother. That is an indescribable … Continue reading Legends

Dawa That Heals Heartbreak

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Java Dawa Heals Heartbreaks Hey there people. Happy New Week! I know it's been a coons age yes? I am sorry I kept you this long. Katerina, I see you there smiling already. Thairu, I see you sir. Cphie, I can see the anxiety ma'am. Anna Banana, I see you looking at me with contempt … Continue reading Dawa That Heals Heartbreak

A Sip for Mothers

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Mother's are Heroes too It's such a dull morning today. Or is it just me? Anyway, we are going to rejoice and be glad in it whatsoever, sindio! We shall all make it lovely. And before we proceed, I am serving special tea today. Say what there? You said something at the back there? Wine? … Continue reading A Sip for Mothers

Je t’aime

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It's those big arms that press my head to your chest I love to write about Katerina. Because she doesn't mind that I write about her or that I use her real name. It's not often we find friends who allow us to write about them and so when we do, we are cautious to … Continue reading Je t’aime

My Thirty Cents

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"How does it feel to be thirty?" The older the Berry...? If you have watched The Men's Club, then are you familiar with the phrase. That's not the point anyway. I'm in a Nganya somewhere along Ngong Road as I write this. Nganya, for my people in Diaspora, is a bus. Not any ordinary bus. … Continue reading My Thirty Cents

By The Edge of The Bridge

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I must have given him so much power that he's reigned for years un-opposed. I have been his devoted puppet, always ready to jump at any jerk of the string. Brian gained access into my life to the degree that he logs in and out at his convenience. When he's logged out, all my calls … Continue reading By The Edge of The Bridge

Worthy Of Love

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Babe! Wine on me tonight, you in? She asked. Always. I said in jest. Haha! Did I really need to ask? The question should have been, "Red or white"? Noted. Shall we do this again? Haha, Let's pretend it's what you asked and I'll say red. Ah! You too? Red wine is for fussers. Women … Continue reading Worthy Of Love