23:23 hours, I pass this young man, In a dimly-lit street on my way home, Selling sugarcane, trying to earn, Wheelbarrow half-empty, should go home. I move on, my head in another world, Unlived dreams haunting, broken promises, Mama says, start a family before you bald, Empty bed awaits, Valentines spent nothing on … Continue reading 200 Years Ago
Recently I read Blossoms of the Savannah, a novel by H. R. Ole Kulet, where he addresses the elusive concerns of female genital mutilation (FGM) and early marriages among the Maa community of the Massaiand and I couldn't help concurring with him on a number of issues, especially where he says culture is dynamic and not … Continue reading African Culture: Time to drop off the negative and irrelevant
To dribble out as many children as, arduous, dissolute *** It was a long and arduous journey but we finally made it home, and I was more than happy to have left that dissolute country with all its backward and scary cultures. The people there believe that a circumcised woman is disinclined to adultery, and she's … Continue reading Write anything meaningful from these words
Grass-thatched huts in a village back home in Busia, Western Kenya, with clothes drying on a line. The huts are quickly disappearing due to shortage of grass.