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Flu and Sniffles

The July cold is wrathful and wants us all to die from colds. Thick dark clouds form above us but they don’t threaten us, not even one bit. They’ve been gathering for a month now, with heavy rain threatening to descend upon us. But nothing. They’re empty threats. Blank shots. We don’t even carry umbrellas. […]

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The Magicians of Nairobi

The Magicians of Nairobi

In my twisted mind, I wish she falls. She walks in front of me in Nairobi CBD in the highest heeled shoes I have ever seen. They are sharp and make a clicking sound with every step she takes, this stilettos. She wears an expensive looking gray skirt suit that go well with the shiny […]

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rocks and pebbles

Rocks and Pebbles

My English teacher in high school used to say that it’s the little things in life that fuck you up. That you will never run and fall because a vehicle or building tripped you, it will always be a small rock you ignored or didn’t see. We stumble on pebbles, he would say. It’s one […]

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Party Animals

10 pm People start trickling in. It’s mostly the people that organized this party. They come with cake and alcohol, lots of alcohol. The dim crimson lights in the living room accentuate the debauchery that’s about to go down. Music pours softly from the speakers. It’s a night full of promise. The early birds sit […]

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