Poetry

I WANT TO SPEAK MY LANGUAGE I want to speak my language a language nestled in my heart watered with love from our streams nurtured in our dreams from the cradle of our birth. I want to speak my language a language of blackness more precious than the gold dust spoken with gladness and rooted...

Perception. My coat values Just as yours.   Until I tell you To your idol it belonged.   Mine a shoe values As the market dictates.   Until I tell you to To your idol it belonged.   What if us they’ve told? What they’re not.   What if they are not? As perfect as they claim?   By, Fanon Kihu.          ...

ALL IT TAKES IS A WORD By Ladan Muthengi During these troubled times of pandemics and sequestration, life has turned upside down for some. Jobs have been lost, businesses closed, assets sold off, accounts depleted, relationships tested. Our world is caving in around us and it seems...