I wake up early, Just like the early birdie, Stretching and yawning, Hoping for a new beginning. I wake up early, Just like the early birdie, Welcoming the light of day, Eager to keep troubles at bay. I wake up early, Just like the early birdie, All I can say, Oh what a … Continue reading I Wake Up Early
We’re living in the wonderful era of the internet. Ooh, wait….you’re probably wondering what FOMO is. FOMO is an abbreviation for Fear of Missing Out, a disease that emerged a few years ago and will probably be around for some time. The need to show your peers(on social media), or anyone else who cares to … Continue reading On Social Media and FOMO
As he turned around the corner of a block he came face to face with his neighbour Ngoya. The shabby clothes, dirty kinky hair, reddened eyes, nearly colourless lips and the unsteady gait portrayed the typical alcoholic. He would wake up very early to get a dose of his ‘medicine’ at his favorite den. He … Continue reading THUG THUG (PART TWO)
This is an important phase of my life as a writer. We all know every writer’s dream is o one day get published( In this case I mean books and short stories). For many years, I have contemplated writing a book or a short story but something usually pushed me back, some voice telling me … Continue reading THE THUG (PART 1)
Yesterday I decided to visit a popular recreation spot to disrupt the boring daily routine we’re all forced to adhere to. You see, nowadays we’re like robots. Robots with brains. You’re born, get carried around till you’re able to crawl and walk then your parents expect you to toe the line. Meet societies expectations; go … Continue reading Our Inability to Appreciate Talent is Sickening
There’s an anecdote I’ve always loved. A guy, let’s name him Paul, had to leave for war at a young age of 20. He could have opted out and stayed safe but he loved his country and wanted to join other brave men of his nation. So off Paul went. The war lasted for about … Continue reading Who Will Stand by You, When All is Lost?
Yesterday was my birthday. That day when everyone wishes that you blow a thousand and one candles, which translates to living to a ripe old age; where you get to see your great grandchildren and lose nearly all your teeth.. Despite the fact that it signifies an increase in knowledge and wisdom considering the experiences … Continue reading A Year Older, A Year Wiser