Kimani wa Mumbi

He attended Oloolaiser High School in Ngong, Kenya. Later did A-Level in Kampala after which he joined St Lawrence University, Kampala in 2008. He considers himself a humorist and has written many essays and parodies. Many of his humorous essays and poems can be found at his blog:
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Popular Poems
Cry Of The Fatherless Son
I will not mourn my father's death
I won't even be struck by his death.
I will not contribute a coin to buy his coffin,
Or for the funeral which I won't even attend.
The Road Not Taken - The Parody
See, two roads might diverge in any wood,
And sorry you cannot travel both
Building Our Nation
This is a parody of Henry Barlow's 'Building the Nation'.

Like always I have done a lot
In building our nation.
Close that door, son
For I am old and my bones are weak.
I've seen 89 under the sun
Journey's been long burning up my wick.
Really? I Deserve This?
Tell me my leaders
How low shall you stoop?
Humiliate me like a homeless man
As if to you I was nothing!


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