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TRAPPED

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition 2019

To the cold dark air I awoke,
The night- a zoo run amok.
Yawning and stretching aches were relieved,
Yearning and nostalgic the pain was relived.
Bones that aged into ashes
Was the light that embraced darkness,
A life was then drained to death.
Memories from the blackest depth.
Will I find freedom? 
contrasting sides to the coin;
A smile sinister and on cold point,
A battered face fright and doom its mold.
A voiceless image entrenched from of old  ...

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PARASITES

PROMPT: Op-Ed Competition 2019

Nature demands survival for the fittest whereby, the strong will always prevail over the weaker ones. Even so, the strong are dependent on the weaklings to survive and be able to conquer. Why?
In the today society, employees are treated as non-entities. Forgetting that without each one of them, without their input and efforts no work will be done.

Take for instance, a house girl. Without this particular person, the mansions and bungalows we are so proud of, will become...

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BOOK REVIEW OF THE PLAY'BETRAYAL IN THE CITY'

PROMPT: Book Review Competition 2019

Betrayal in the City, Francis Imbuga
East African educational publishers, 1987
75 pages, ISBN 998-9966-46-360-9
 
Betrayal in the City is a play that displays the untamable beasts that devoured the now independent African states immediately after colonization. Author Francis Imbuga uncovers the hardships and struggles faced by the citizens of these states. He symbolically addresses the vices passionately embraced by the leaders who took on seats after, what they achieved or rather what was achieved on their behalf.

I...

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