most mornings I stand at my balcony looking on as dawn breaks I see the mist of April give in to the molten light: soft, crimson and warm. just enough for the birds & the pores on my skin to wink. most mornings I stand on my balcony thirsty and desirous. for when the chariot… Continue reading chariot of dawn
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I sing the requiem songs& lament the axing but,don't cry. walk on the liminal. yesterday, I could smile and dance,before now, I could smile and in loss,now, I don't know what the soul is,and my dad would still ask, don't cry. walking out of the liminal is about the silhouettethe sun being muddied and on… Continue reading sing the requiem songs
I today I woke up fearing that the scenes of yesterday would have faded like water among reeds and found myself holding you the truth is where we began— a thirst for skin a yearn for our waters to be disturbed; and we found ourselves, eels with electricity in our bloods, you remember?… Continue reading tandem bike
Humans are a peculiar lot, and with our endowment with the capacity to think, we are constantly at odds with ourselves. The thought that we can be supremely intelligent and at the core of our existence fall back to a desire to let our most primitive impulses control us is baffling. Presently, we are faced… Continue reading Socialization: Religion, Care and Love in the Time of Coronavirus
The Ministry of Energy's Wananchi Gas Project hopes to upscale penetration of LPG from the current 10 percent to 70 percent within the next three years. This remains an ambitious project and where possible stakeholders within the energy sector should work towards its actualization. However, the project will face a myriad of challenges that most… Continue reading The Wananchi Gas Project and Alternatives for Payment
Many Kenyans still lack access to clean cooking solutions with a majority living in rural areas a demographic that accounts for 93.2 percent of those who depend on solid fuel sources as their primary solution to cooking. I always look at the measures being implemented by providers of solar energy in rural areas as an… Continue reading Cooking Solutions in Kenya: Present Data and a Possible Future
The other day, I discussed how much of a challenge in itself the clean energy buzz can portend to the planet if it's not properly managed. There are key pointers to why we need to look into the backstage of sustainability and be wary of making the steps and genius of such a measure a… Continue reading Clean Energy: The Dynamics for Effective Transition
Clean energy is a current buzz word and rightly so, we shouldn't stop till we have fully transitioned to renewables. I know what you're thinking, if I am advocating for clean energy, why am I being not all positive about it in my opening statement? I am pro-renewables. This article isn't about fossil fuels. It's… Continue reading We need clean energy, but we have to be smart
you wait, unbeknownst to you with pain and comfort lingers in the knowledge of death others; the ones who wait with comfort they encourage but still with the care, they know, soon, life chokes out of you and they're left to ponder on why it had to be you, young and chocked.
Everyone has had depression being mentioned, nobody or very few truly understand what it truly is. Unless you have been afflicted, there is no telling how you’ll handle it. I think depression makes one a fly inside a bottle that is itching to be free. We know how this might end; the fly can either… Continue reading Walking as a form of therapy.