148 not just a number Not the winning vote of Nigeria Or the lotto grand prize But lives that depart the nation I so much treasure The gone numbers The lost futures 148 litres of my blood Would send me to grave 148 strands of my hair make a difference on my head 148 lost… Continue reading 148 by Lebile Melt Tosin
So another aurora emerges The sun has risen The birds chirp and warble While all sapiens stretch A whiff of mint on the crispy air But it can’t be over Only yesterday, sixty-one souls left Breath slashed by violence All we have is; One Kenyatta speech A few hashtags on twitter A poem for one… Continue reading SIXTY-ONE FOR KENYA
It wasn’t evening before the sun was missing. It wasn’t dusk but the sun was gone. Who stole our source of only food? Who stole our source of happy mood?
The month of September Our good nation Kenya Terrorists came through helter They suddenly changed the weather Westgate Mall was their target Shooting spree started at the gate Lives lost and many so innocent Pain and darkness on citizens let!
The city council *Askari He carried me so harshly I was found chewing lightly I spat it out “Oh! Askari” Nairobi is not a city It’s a rather a prison Kenya changed the scarcity Fully packed each season! Policeman, Mister, Sir City council officer This rule you have put up Now has me handcuffed! *Askari… Continue reading THE RULE
Bros Obama, You have made us proud And our heads are high As we celebrate. Bros Obama, It has been a long walk, A path to freedom, A narrow bridge down success lane, A forward march! Because a change has come, We know, “Yes, we can!” Bros Obama, We no longer dream dreams, They have… Continue reading BROS OBAMA (Obama victory ramblings)