Ole Makau Samuel
Ole Makau Samuel, The silent well with waters that run deep. I'm a long story. In short, pieces of deep
words put together. A poet, a musician, a
simple man. Nothing makes me happier
than the truth. I speak my mind in witty
ways. My poetry condemns, so don't
expect me to laugh with the wrong things.
I love to play with words.
It's a magical talent, be it
in poetry, prose or music.
Am the Managing Director: Bleeding Pens Poetry Lounge; And associate of The Kenyan
Poets Lounge, Blogger,
Blog Radio Presenter #ActiveRadio| Musician and ofcourse a certified Noisemaker
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Ole Makau Samuel Poems
Equality Of Salvation
A fish suffocates on the sand In the sea someone is drowning
Sleep! Sleep! Sleep!
did you hate the sex? was my kiss sloppy, or maybe I swallowed
Sing My Song
When times are tough And things go wrong, I take my pen And write a song.
I try not to keep myself down, turning my smile into a frown. I don't know what direction, that my life will lead,
In The Numbers
There are thousands of ways to gain Innumerable amounts of faces Most have faded into energy
Love and Lust
A flame is one element of a fire A flame is short and not long lived
The Season Of My Ending
Here we will sit, Together once more. At the end of a battle, Whose tally,
The Life Risk
Everybody wants to be loved, But not everyone can give it. Egotism builds a lonely house With strong and solid walls.
So Into You
I'm so into you Each moment we spend helps me through A thoughtful gesture a gentle touch Shows me love oh so much
One For All
Stop this madness The insanity and sadness The grief we give each other Learn to love your sister and brother
Of The Distance
Further in Space, The gaps entrails in memories, fragrance of the flowers, are nowhere to be scent
Sound Of Silence
Waving through the pavement, chattering people like birds, streets pounding and dredging works, i walk within it i do
Fort Jesus, Mombasa
Most beautiful fort It stopped the enemy from going in The walls hard and strong No one could go in I thought
Our eyes Met in that horizon And spoke to each other With their words so nice!
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Equality Of Salvation
A fish suffocates on the sand
In the sea someone is drowning
Save the fish or save the man-
Such divine expounding.