A friend of mine told me that their friend had a stalker. I was shocked! Growing up in a typical African society, I grew up thinking those were “white people” problems (no offense intended) – like stuff you only saw on TV, you know. It’s things we don’t speak about
This is a tribute in loving memory of Daddy dearest, Stanley Nyakubaya. Enjoy! Picture on the wall… Slipping slowly, That subconscious state drifting away Eyes wide open They rest on you Always watching over me As I sleep. You keep the boogyman away while I slumber Even when I jolt
Decided to go a little cheesy today, twas a long time coming lol. Hope you enjoy the read! Untitled Sharing every moment with our Cokes in hand, I’m loving it the McDonald’s way. What else? would we need, maybe a Nespresso for the road. Really don’t wanna fly Mango
Just in case you read the poem below and you find it has totally nothing to do with the title above, here’s the why! My prompt today asked me to limit (i.e confine) my piece intentionally. I only have 140 characters to put across my message, hence the title confinement!
I tried moving out of my comfort zone with this poem. Happy reading! The Workspace Scribbling? Or typing? Where is the pen? In this mess Chaotic yet so organised The creative process Read, edit then proof – read Whether you get it… Or not Habitually, During nocturnal hours The juices
So today’s prompt was to write a poem with a twist! The first letter of each sentence has to spell out a word and/ or words of significance. My word is ANESU, my first name. Untitled Anxiously awaited your return Nonetheless you took your sweet time Evidently this wasn’t as
Am super amped that I have made it this far, 10/30 days is quite an achievement for me ….. That Moment Stood for a while Then suddenly moved forward Only as far as the chubby body would take me Oh Mother, how she ululated And screamed of joy. Finally, had taken