Bironga Chadwick

Rookie - 223 Points [Makori] (30/09/1992 / Kisii, Kenya)

Bironga Chadwick Poems

1. I'M Sorry I Hurt You 3/7/2013
2. It Hurts 4/9/2013
3. That Which Is Within 4/9/2013
4. My Love, My Tanina 4/12/2013
5. Cycle Of Love 4/24/2013
6. The Greatest There Ever Was 5/21/2013
7. My Fantasy My Dream 6/6/2013
8. I Will Be Your Panda 6/10/2013
9. I Would Rather Write About You 6/19/2013
10. For The Ladies 7/15/2013
11. You'Re My Past 7/16/2013
12. Good Morning 7/16/2013
13. In A Priest's Shoe 7/5/2013
14. Take Care 7/30/2013
15. The Peaceful Moment 6/16/2013
16. The Day Of Reckoning 6/15/2013
17. A Date With The Heaven Guard 8/14/2013
18. The Earth's Cry 8/23/2013
19. Of A Dead And Gone Love 9/1/2013
20. A World Of Double Standards 9/1/2013
21. My Song 9/8/2013
22. Red White 8/13/2014
23. White Red 8/13/2014
24. The Poverty Blessing 8/15/2014
25. Black Sheep 8/22/2014
26. Her Day 9/16/2014
27. Free Fall 10/24/2014
28. Hum My Songbird 10/29/2014
29. The Goodnight Knight 11/5/2014
30. For Old Times Sake 10/6/2015
31. If Ndanu Comes Back Again 10/6/2015
32. The Woman From Kasipul 10/6/2015
33. Hold On Josephine 10/8/2015
34. Get Well Soon, Pal 4/12/2013
35. Precious Life 7/11/2013
36. Those Bell Chimes 11/5/2014
37. I Love My Annirah 3/8/2013
38. El Nino 10/8/2015
39. The Irony In Life 9/1/2013

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The Irony In Life

The paradox of our time in history is
that:
We have taller buildings, but
shorter tempers;
Wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints.
We spend more, but have less;
We buy more, but enjoy it less.
We have bigger
houses and smaller families;
More conveniences, but less time.
We have more degrees but less sense;
More knowledge, but less judgement.
More experts, yet more problems;
More medicine, but more ailments.

We drink too much,
Smoke too much,
Spend too recklessly,
Laugh too little,
Drive too fast,
Get angry too quickly, ...

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That Which Is Within

There are treasures in life,
But owners are few,
Of money and power,
To buy things brand new.
Yet you can be wealthy,
And feel regal, too,
If you will just look,
For the treasures in you.

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