I Moved To A New Website!

Hello,I am sure you are wondering why I got hyped up for three days then left. I have been working on my new website and it’s a little frustrating. So, I didn’t tell you but I hosted my blog on a custom domain. From today, I’ll only be working on (marianadynasty.com) and (https://lifeinwords2.wordpress.com) will beContinue reading “I Moved To A New Website!”

Mama, You Never Taught Me To Love Myself

Not so long ago, I was a small child.I looked up to you, I tagged along.Not too long ago, I was a little girl.And I cried daily over matters of no weight.Yet, you never showed me your tears,Whether you cried in litres, jugs or tanks.Mama, you placed me before your needs.You never told me toContinue reading “Mama, You Never Taught Me To Love Myself”

Mt. Kenya: The Abode of the Gikuyu God.

Mt.Kenya is the tallest mountain in Kenya, standing at 5,199m. It has three peaks;Nellion, Batian and Lenana. My tribe, the Agikuyu, believe that their God, Ngai, resides on this mountain. The first man and woman, Gikuyu and Mumbi, lived at the foot of the mountain. Its peak can now be seen from as far asContinue reading “Mt. Kenya: The Abode of the Gikuyu God.”

Why Every African Should Be Rich: Lessons From an African Childhood

There is one unique thing about every person in the dark continent; we all had a Jumanji kind of childhood. Well, if you are in Africa and you have no idea what I’m talking about, it’s either you are a highborn* or you’ve never heard of Jumanji. But come to think of it… Jumanji soundsContinue reading “Why Every African Should Be Rich: Lessons From an African Childhood”

Tahidi High Actor Omosh Breaks Into Tears, Says He’s Broke

Kenyan actor and star, Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh broke into tears in an interview as he explained his current situation. Omosh is known for his comic character in the Kenyan TV drama, Tahidi High and his fourteen-year career in the film industry. The Tahidi High favorite confessed that he is jobless and that he hasContinue reading “Tahidi High Actor Omosh Breaks Into Tears, Says He’s Broke”

Yes, We Are Broken

They said that in the mind of every poet,There lies depression, brokenThey said maybe love never felt or a love despised.That these weavers of words are shattered wares.Maybe neglected wives or dishonored husbands. They say that behind every great writer..Is a broken past, a trail of pain.They said writers are lonely and introvertedThat our onlyContinue reading “Yes, We Are Broken”

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