Korir Isaacs (20.06.1989 / Laikipia, Kenya)
Steadfast like an emerged crag you stood
Defied the tough tempest test of time
The rise and fall of the tides
Saw you stand tall.
Once a mason abrased you
Challenges you couldn't fathom and
problems trailed you as your shadow
Bits and bits of you weathered.
Slowly you reduced to a stump
and yours life became beat.
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