Monthly Archives: November 2015

Day 29: Let Me See You In Person

Months have passed by Let me see you in person May be our eyes will meet and never let go Let me see you in person Your sweet and imaginative self Let me see your lovely face And your well … Continue reading

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Day 28: My Village Belle

If looks were anything to go by, Kaboido was one guy beauty forgot. I grew up in the same village as him and I learnt a few essentials in life from him for example how to ride a bike, talking … Continue reading

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Day 27: Power Belongs To The People

He has started becoming friendly Mobilising masses to sweep the streets Buying ambulances to transport the sick to hospital They all want to be leaders, I mean the common man, With a hidden agenda and a strategy of their own. … Continue reading

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Day 26: A Case Of The Double Dealer

After a whole evening of playing football, we would head to the shower and later have the thinnest slice of posho for our supper. One had to be creative lest you spend your evening prep and night on an empty … Continue reading

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Day 25: The Taxi Illusion

After a whole day of running around Makerere University where the staff are rarely in their offices, you walk to the stage and enter that taxi with a few seats left to be occupied. The passengers in this particular taxi … Continue reading

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