FOR A MOMENT


I thought I was a failure For a moment I thought Life has not been fair to me Maybe, I was not paying attention to The little things in my life that makes me Feel complete rest with the Earth-Maker. For a moment I thought I made it Here, by my own strength Looking deep,... Continue Reading →

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WHAT GOOD IN A FALL?


what good in a fall? someday, you will understand. you will grow up to understand that, sometimes, you need a real fall; crushing your bones on the concrete floor, breaking to pieces, like Humpty Dumpty, on the side- walk of life. when you've learned to pick yourself up, you will appreciate the struggle; embracing the... Continue Reading →

SAVIORS AND HEROES


see. faces of men, dancing in pale shadows of sadness. Faces of men, in quiet cemeteries; buried in worn out emptiness and poverty. beautiful cities of men, losing its glories, through decades of silence. we sadly waits for the birth of a savior, to rescue us all, from the wreckage of yesterday. Oh, tell me... Continue Reading →

Winning is Internal


You have been through so much Wounded and bruised on all sides Standing at the edge of this cliff; Feet slipping with disturbing thoughts The world is a narrow path, dotted With uncertainties and cruelty A terrain, victory so unpredictable Coup de grace may seem the only option You, you have the warriors ethos in... Continue Reading →

COLORS OF POETRY


I must confess without apology If poetry is an emotional distraction I have been distracted by its seduction Warm floating moisture of the bathroom The leafless lonely tree under the weather Emanates life and colorful images of wisdom Arresting my soul; the unforced rhythm of grace Mesmerizing my emotions through musical landscapes Diverse cultures and worlds... Continue Reading →

African Quotes on Unity and Community


•Unity is strength, division is weakness. ~ Swahili proverb •Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable. ~ Bondei proverb •It takes a village to raise a child. ~ African proverb •Cross the river in a crowd and the crocodile won’t eat you. ~ African proverb •Many hands make light work. ~ Haya (Tanzania) proverb •Two ants... Continue Reading →

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