Hannington Mumo

Silver Star - 3,506 Points (17th November 1987 / Kenya)

Hannington Mumo
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A weaver of prose and a tinker of rhyme. He believes that even before the foundations of the earth were designed, words still existed. He writes not for the volatile commercial markets, but pens top-notch opuses to quench the insatiable urgings of the Muse.Hannington believes that he's been called to fill the gaping gaps left by the inimitable pens of Shakespeare, Christina Rossetti, Robert Service, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, William Butler Yeats, Rudyard Kipling, Waldo Emerson, Edgar Allan Poe, Coleridge, Christopher Marlow, Milton, Donne, ...This list can never end - and I have already done injustice by omitting a lot of truly gifted old souls. more »

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  • ''Life is for living, not for taking care of for no mortal can guarantee its continuity.''
    Those who fear taking risks.
  • ''It's scary how some unambitious men choose a life of comfortable waiting for death while manlier swines shake the pillars of the space.''
    Lack of ambition.
  • The problem with being a gifted writer in Kenya is that you have many half-schooled editors who have no taste for literary works, and will hence have problems having your works published. I don't writ...
    Lack of worthy publishing houses in Kenya...
  • ''Ignorance, just like genius, is a powerful thing - it can level mountains!''
    Of ignorant folks all over the place...
  • ''It is naked folly to compete with giants before you have even wrestled squirrels.''
    Of Lilliputian nincompoops all over the place...
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  • Abdulrazak Aralimatti Abdulrazak Aralimatti (3/28/2015 5:23:00 AM)

    Your poetic achievement in such a young age is truly admiring.Go ahead in life bro.May God shower his greatest blessings on you.

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Best Poem of Hannington Mumo

Late Love

Are you the Aphrodite of the Greek tales
Or the Artemis who admirers drooling sent?
No, for Aphrodite had her little flaws
And Artemis the fortunes of Orion bent.

Nor are you the stunning star that the Magi led.
For the over-told story of the Magi is as old as dirt
But your drowsy rounded eyes look so cunning fresh;
The kind of tools that the will men pervert.

The famous Ishtar cannot be your match
For she lured with looks in order to kill;
And Inanna may have tried to rival you a bit
Had she not given in to Dumuzi’s antique skill.

And tired ...

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