From ‘They told it best’

NEW AGE BACHELOR

By Eudiah Kamonjo 

He’s got a name

He’s got that African rhythm that rhymes

With everything under the sun

So he can dance to rock, to soul, to benga

Whatever takes his beat. 

He’s the one dressed in cowboy suit

He’s the knight that charmed

The man dominating today’s Wangu wa Makeri

 He’s sensual, he’s sweet

He’s tough, he’s spontaneous

He’s wild, he’s tender

He is the other half of you and I 

He’s the model of whatsoever is Yellow and mellow

Without sorrow, without bellow

 He prefers variety

Alone, he’s not lonely

But see, he goes asway

With plenty on his way 

He’s among the misinterpreted

The elusive new age bliss bachelor

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2 Responses to “From ‘They told it best’”

  1. KELVIN OMONDI Says:

    Sasa, just seen the poems. They are great. Keep up the good work. Please forward me the one you publish. Thank you.
    Kelvin.

    Like

  2. KELVIN OMONDI Says:

    Sasa, just seen the poems. They are great. Keep up the good work. Please forward me the ones you publish. Thank you.
    Kelvin.

    Like

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