David Munene wa Kimberly

Rookie - 92 Points (06th January 1986 / Kalimoni, Kenya)

David Munene wa Kimberly Poems

1. She, My Babyshi 2/17/2010
2. Man Moves On His Broken Heart 2/18/2010
3. Slightly 2/18/2010
4. Prat The Untouchable Brat 2/19/2010
5. Toxic Acid Drop 2/19/2010
6. Break, Recess: She Stayed Away 2/23/2010
7. Wishing You A Happy 'One Day Later...' 2/23/2010
8. But Where Is God In All These? ! 2/23/2010
9. Your, My, Our, Candle 2/23/2010
10. Why I Listen To You 2/23/2010
11. For My Friend Jazz: 2/23/2010
12. Deaf? Not Her Feelings 2/25/2010
13. My Father's Beard 3/2/2010
14. When Friends Don'T Reply 3/3/2010
15. Gloom Nay, Aye? 3/3/2010
16. Fluorescents Of The Skies 3/3/2010
17. Doubt 3/3/2010
18. I Wonder 3/3/2010
19. Our Friendship Oath 3/3/2010
20. Met Her In A Dream 3/3/2010
21. Jasmine 3/3/2010
22. Forgive Me; Am Mad 3/4/2010
23. Don'T Cry My Friend 2/23/2010
24. Our Friendship Ain'T Fateful 2/23/2010
25. The Human Dome 2/23/2010
26. Jazz: The Victoria (Oz) Wow 2/23/2010
27. Consider... Please Consider 2/24/2010
28. Butterfly Haiku 3/4/2010
29. Cry Nay 3/5/2010
30. Black Ain'T Dull 3/5/2010
31. Influenza 3/15/2010
32. God Swept Nairobi 3/16/2010
33. Flower 3/16/2010
34. Mother Theresa's Home (Kiamaiko) 3/17/2010
35. Thieves 3/17/2010
36. Lose It I 3/17/2010
37. Don'T Lose Hope Venkatesh 3/17/2010
38. Lonely 3/25/2010
39. Alien 3/25/2010
40. Today Tore Yesterday 2/17/2010
Best Poem of David Munene wa Kimberly

Africa And Africa’s

Have seen little of history unfold
I know that one thing will always be
Africa will be,
But what is Africa’s may never be

White man came
Green lands began to dry
So did rivers and streams
Even oceans and seas

Whatever the white man sees
Seems to vanish from Africa
Like dews do in his singeing summers
When he sees peace… there! Gone

The white man said he’d in Africa invested
In actual sense he had Africa infested
Looting without shame
Claiming England is Object; Africa its subject

There was gold, grandpa says
We fight over our ...

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The What, How, Whoever

The sweetest melody may not have the sweetest beat
The sweetest beat may not have been the best hit
The brightest shine may not be the hottest after all
The hottest shine may not be the brightest overall
The cutest smile may not be in the happiest moment
The happiest moment may go without a smile to comment
The hottest tear may not be when we hurt the most
The times when we hurt the most may lack the tear – the hottest
The loveliest day may never have anything lovely

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