Category Archives: Poetry

#UGBlogWeek A New Era

The smell of seats in a new car A cup of tea on a cold morning Or perhaps the feeling of sun dried bed sheets These seats are getting sticky with dirt Diesel fumes from this old taxi Making people … Continue reading

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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 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 22: The Street Vendor

He is busy vending Under the hot Kampala sun Requesting pedestrians to come buy his goods He is doing so to earn a meal for his family and pay school fees He is determined to winning the race of life … Continue reading

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Day 17: A Case of Ripped Jeans

She ripped them, the new pair of jeans To give them that old used up look Like those worn by celebrities in fashion magazines Her face looks patchy from the creams in an attempt to become brown The young look … Continue reading

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