ckim mbasa


ckim mbasa Poems

1. They Call Me Mbasa. 3/30/2013
2. Where Must I Stand To Be Heard? 4/3/2013
3. When Should I Marry? 4/12/2013
4. The Visitor 4/23/2013
5. Vipi, Nikupende? 6/5/2013
6. Tumbuizo Langu 6/5/2013
7. What Should I Give Out? 7/1/2013
8. 2099 7/22/2013
9. Just Today 7/22/2013
10. Today 7/22/2013
11. (song Of A Madman) My Time Mad. 8/1/2013
12. My Lullaby 8/3/2013
13. My Stand 8/9/2013
14. A Bushman’s Song 8/10/2013
15. Angel Please Don’t Go Too Far 9/18/2013
16. My Letter Of Application 4/6/2013
17. Binti Mtu 11/8/2013
18. Mahaba Au? 11/8/2013
19. You’re Me 12/14/2013
20. Crying Salesman 2/18/2014
21. Never Make A Promise When You’re Happy. 3/9/2014
22. Still My Love 4/13/2015
23. Olá Olá 4/14/2015
24. Better To Keep Silent. 4/14/2015
25. Melhor Calar 4/14/2015
26. I Love Life 4/14/2015
27. The Lizard Song 4/12/2013
28. Na Safiri. 6/5/2013
29. I Look Forward To Seeing You. 8/1/2013
30. My Wife Will Be Waiting 3/30/2013
31. It Rained On My Tie. 3/30/2013
32. Because Of You. 4/27/2013
33. This Is Me 7/22/2013
34. Am Travelling 7/9/2013
35. My Fear Is 7/17/2013
36. My Paradise 4/27/2013
37. Girl 8/5/2013
38. My Secret 8/3/2013
39. Eat 5/10/2013
40. Hello! Hello! 8/1/2013
Best Poem of ckim mbasa

Hello! Hello!

Hello I’m calling again,
on the door I’m waiting,
For the balcony seem to be done with me,
I’ll wait till dusk I promise.

Hello I’m calling again,
Look at me I’m straining,
Rain on me I’m waiting,
For drizzles seem to be tough.

Hello I’m calling again,
Seemingly you tend to be busy,
Welcome me if you can’t mind,
For my heart need rest.

Hello I’m calling again
Again and again to be heard,
For denial deal no matter what,
This is me calling again.

Hello I’m calling again,
For the sound seem not new,
Is me calling ...

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The Visitor

They hide many things in haste
Cleaning all corners of our compound
Swept all homes of rodents that came to seek asylum
From dawn to dusk they continued
Leaving no stone unturned was told
Ruminants were left homeless among others

No job is bad job they continued
Sweat came to rest after a working day

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