Abdalla Juma Shenga
Abdalla Juma Shenga Poems
|2.||I Still Love You||7/7/2015|
|5.||A Bright Awakening||1/1/2016|
|6.||To Taste Is Not To Eat||3/30/2016|
|8.||Now I Sleep By The Dressmaker's Shop||6/8/2017|
|13.||Believe In Yourself||7/5/2017|
|15.||Bring Back Brotherhood||6/27/2015|
|16.||I Had It In Me||7/15/2015|
|21.||A Strange Place To Be||6/23/2015|
|22.||Who Am I?||7/8/2015|
Comments about Abdalla Juma Shenga
After a tiresome time at school
With a long stride I walk home
I walk thinking, what went missing
Along the dusty roads I keep thinking
Who among many did I leave a fool?
My thoughts get congested like a traffic jam
Are my students getting what I’m teaching?
Slowly I continue walking
Did I use the right tool?
Was I unfair to some?
Who kept watching,
Knowledge is vast, it’s no small pool
For the diligent it’s light, lighter than foam
For others it’s tough, they keep struggling
Slowly I keep walking
I try ...
You are the architect of sadness
Blindness and madness
Yet uniting us in oneness
Should I be sad or glad?
Are you good or bad?
Light as air
Your presence is felt everywhere
The singles you made pairs