bernard ogalo oduor
Biography of bernard ogalo oduor
The first born in a family of five, three brothers and a sister. My parents, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Oduor Oloo, are techers.
I schooled at Munyanza Primary School before proceding to Kimilili Boys' High School for my secondary education.
Currently, I am a student at Kenyatta University.
bernard ogalo oduor's Works:
I am in the final stages of preparing my first novel, LETTER TO MY FATHER.
bernard ogalo oduor Poems
Like grotesque shadows These memories are black The shadows of the times back The moments we shared back
A Simple Bye.
When you left in the morning Why didn’t you say that you won't be coming? When I told you to buy me a gift Why didn’t you say there you won't get
In the land where my umbilical cord was buried In the land where my mother was married There; my dreams were buried For in that land
Hold my hand When you suspect that I will fall Call me softly When you sense that I am lost
Far Far Away.
The rain and thunder outside Remind me of her; I beside When she wanted me outside
Remember the first day You saw me at the bay You wanted to sing, jump and play Clear eyes, a sweet smile; you were gay
Times My love Make me sick I do not know why
Sound Of Goodbye.
The voice is distant Times are flying away And eyes- Too-
A year I have known you One year you have gone You made me gay in that year
Yesterday- Just yesterday- You said to me That you were fine
I have always Wanted to say this To sing a sweet and special song To my darling mama
A year I have known you
One year you have gone
You made me gay in that year
But now you've left me here
I always wonder what you do some hours
And just wonder if you remember those that were ours