Kinyua Karanja

Kinyua Karanja Poems

1. Unfortunate 6/8/2015
2. Passing By 6/8/2015
3. You Know Home 6/9/2015
4. On My Knees 6/11/2015
5. Chance 6/9/2015
6. Dirty Game 6/15/2015
7. A Good Shepherd 6/15/2015
8. Magic Of Rainy Evening 6/19/2015
9. A Break 6/19/2015
10. A Gentleman 6/23/2015
11. Father’s Legacy 6/23/2015
12. My Share 6/23/2015
13. Fail To Love 7/3/2015
14. Congratulation Graduate 7/3/2015
15. Evening 7/3/2015
16. I Would Sue You 7/21/2015
17. Late Proposal. 7/27/2015
18. Humanity Vs Religion 9/10/2015
19. A Miss 6/15/2016
20. African Kids 6/16/2016
21. Journey To Uncertainty 6/16/2016
22. Heart Of Doubt 6/25/2017
23. End Unknown 6/25/2017
24. Con Artist 6/25/2017
25. Democracy 10/6/2017
26. Life Disasters 10/6/2017
27. A Soldier In War Face 10/11/2017
28. Ballad Of The Miner 10/11/2017
29. He Is My Blood 10/27/2017
30. Rite Of Passage 10/27/2017
31. Letter To Mum 10/27/2017
32. Pradators Of The Jungle 10/27/2017
33. Don't Even Think About It 10/28/2017
34. Human Misadventures In Socialism -new- 11/22/2017
35. Spare Not The Rod -new- 11/22/2017
36. A Piece Of Letter; My Little Sister -new- 11/22/2017
37. Wild Cats In Midnight -new- 11/22/2017
38. Voting Day -new- 11/22/2017
39. Strike While The Iron Is Hot 9/23/2015
40. Crouching Beast, The Hidden Demon 2/2/2016

Comments about Kinyua Karanja

  • Fabrizio Frosini Fabrizio Frosini (7/21/2015 6:47:00 AM)

    after having read and enjoyed almost all of your 26 poems, I feel I have to say THANK YOU FOR SHARING your well penned, interesting poetry, Kinyua. And.. it's a ''LIKE''
    greetings from Italy

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Best Poem of Kinyua Karanja

A Convict

I was truly a convict
Declared guilty of sin by verdict
Of the most highest just juror
I was a life time wrongdoer
I deserved death penalty.
Heavily laden with guilty
A friend saw my distress
Being compassionate of my stress
Set out to help
When he heard my yelp
Leaving his noble life in heaven
He was born among men
I did all the mistakes
For him blame to takes
In world court of laws
Jury raised its jaws
He bore all the shame
And took all the blame
That was mine alone
He was a sacrificial lamb, one
Without blemish or defects

Read the full of A Convict


They would call it our civil duty
Our constitutional right, some say
We vote and voice out our choices
We do receive threats from foes
That choices have consequences
But not enough to deter our unity
Our one goal for self determination.

Early in the morning cold and dew

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