Today as the world marks World Oceans Day, I found myself musing over the kind of relationship the world Oceans must have with Land. And the more I thought about it, the more I realized it must really be porous. When I thought of water pollution and all the water "unfriendly" materials; the plastics and … Continue reading Ocean and Land relationship: War looming
Death, how I dreaded death as a kid, Now I find solace in thoughts of the grave, Fed it well now it has sprouted, evil seed, Thoughts of self-harm in my head, I'm a slave. I bear no shackles, live under no incarceration, Yet I see no sunshine, my soul engulfed in darkness, Had … Continue reading Grave Thoughts
I've been telling you guys about this special delicacy in my community: chiswa, prepared from white ants, and here it is -- photo. This particular ones are captured at night on an anthill, unlike the other white ants which are captured during daytime, and from anywhere not necessarily on an anthill.
April 22, 2019 Director, Human Resource National Geographic Headquarters 1145 17th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Sir/madam, I'm writing to humbly request for a job opportunity in your organization. But first I would like to commend you guys for the wonderful job you are doing of informing us of the world we live in, … Continue reading A Letter to Nat Geo WILD
Go away mosquito, please go away and leave me alone, Why do you have to be such a nuisance, can't sleep with lights on, Soon as I switch them off you start buzzing, I know you somewhere in the dark lurking, Waiting for me to fall asleep so you can creep out of your hiding, … Continue reading Hurt a mosquito