Tuesday, 18 February 2014


Love this picture, and to
think of the mind behind
such a decision is just epic.
What goes through the mind
(or heart) of such a man??
Love is surely not the drive
to it, I would say it’s the
insanity that love builds, the
drive thus is the satisfaction
to feel you hqve gone to
that convincing extra mile,
that unique geture to
showcase how deep you are,
almost drowning, almost
losing yourself.
I would do this too, it’s
deep, somehow deaperate
but who cares when she has
already got you this far? A
man fights, a man cries
(mostly hiding), a man goes
an extra mile, a man holds
emotions in to survive in
these sea of “novelty love”,
a man has to.
So when next I wear my
“abba costumes” and lift up
my Boombox, it’s almost
sunset and my intelligence
surpasses that of our
government. I will have
decided to declare my
deepest fears, my weakest
point of submission and
uttermost unconditional
Don’t stop me, I know I
might be out of my mind
but this too will pass, this
moment will end, this day
will be night, my tribulation
will be crowned on the
inevitable sunrise. Am
faithful, am positive…

Thursday, 13 February 2014


You emerged on a rather wild morning, before my problems could contaminate my moods, and yet no foreign goods
Your timing was aimed to break and rule, yet am glad you ended up with just a part of it

Part of my heart knows for a while you were the best thing,
Part of my heart knew from the start it couldn't be
Part of my heart struggles to keep you around, yet the other can't stand the very idea of your existence

Why do bad people happen to good people, there's so much moral lessons left at the end of a bad love story, I choose to kill my folly, take up the part I wish would stay within my body, I know all I need from what was with you is memory

Part of my me always thought am in control, but every fundamental of this love was a lie, its like a house built on soluble rocks, when the rains reach it the house will fall

Good riddance, you've been a faithful tenant to the part I had successfully rented to you, while I treasure the royalty and the liberty we shared in that time,
The part I never gave you thinks it's time you left my heart, it's time purity was sought in this matters of the heart...

Monday, 10 February 2014


I was just thinking why I am still not dating, ok, am dating my books, I do dates, quality time, and picnics with my books.

I looove holding my book, caress it, flip it around and smile before I turn every page with gentleman's touch and hardy.


1. If you’re in a
relationship with a book,
you never go to bed alone.

2. Your mom will pretty
much always approve of
the relationship.

3. If you’re ready to meet
a new book, it’s easy to go
out and find a new one.

4. It’s easy to get space
when you need it.

5. When things go bad, you
CAN start over from the

6. You can skim over the
parts you don’t like.

7. They smell GREAT.

8. You can easily be in a
relationship with more
than one book and they
never find out about each

9. Fantasizing is

10. It’s a love that lasts a

11. Books will always wait for you, you might be an year late and they won't complain.

Who can resist that!!!

Sunday, 9 February 2014



Have you ever waited for something that you are equally scared that it might never match your expectation for it??Do you fear the unknown? The undefined? The oblivion....

I am effectively today in all those states, in my browse wanders I came across a link to my 2013 favourite book, The Fault in our Stars by John Green. I was elated, sat firmly and watched the trailer.too sad it wasn't the actual movie.

I was first referred to the book from the blog Bikozulu http://www.bikozulu.co.ke
and I never turned back. I got my copy and the next three nights were never the same. I was dipped into a world of sadness, turmoil, exitement, confusion and prayer for the cast. I had difficulty breathing into every page, the story wasn't one to read with an easy heart but the tone at which its told is equally cuptivating, fun and strangely interesting.

The Fault in our stars is now in a movie and from the trailer I can vouch for it smashing somethhing. If not world records then it will break a few hearts. Seen Gus with his charm and care you will be plunged into moments of despair, wishful thinking and passion.

I will follow up this with a review of the movie itself, am waiting with baited breath for the movie. All I could tell those who haven't watched this is, "It's not the same kind of movie as you are used to!"

The next time you go near textbook centre, don't be shy,  get in and enjoy this fine read. Good day....