Biography of Godfrey Machuka
I am the first born in my family, very protective and responsible.
I have a keen eye for life's philosophic happenings and have since trained myself to blend with its highs and lows, usually sublimig and soaring with its intricate yet resourceful provisions.
Currently I am a practising journalist in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, an ambition I nurtured since my babyhood (trust me, thats where it all started when I marvelled at the magic of how a radio and televison set function)
I like colourful literature especially on reactions to life's actions, investigative stories and enriching poetry, be it in written or sang in songs like blues and reggae.
Looking forward to a bright future bearing in mind the innevitable huddles and obstacles one must summount to achieve particular dreams.
Godfrey Machuka Poems
Ere the invasion of white on her head
Some thousands of days ago
When her breasts were still turgid
Elite, lowly, mighty and of every kind
Deep in it I find fault
In what most believe is their intelligence vault
Soaked in the peace of admiring her
Spasms of excitement do their rounds inside me
As the fragrance of her well-woven wit invoke my arousal
I heard voices haughty but low
“Smash them senseless by the brow
We care not how miserable they grow.”
When your night prolongs
And your sun glows dim
When to you it rains hailstones
And life blows like a tornado
When the buds of your life fail to unfold
Yawns of insufficiency and strife untold
Travelling through nothingness