lawrence mute Poems
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|7.||Angel On Tom Mboya Street:||8/27/2007|
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Angel On Tom Mboya Street:
I met an Angel this very morning
She came into my day on the kerb side of National Archives
As I waylaid mature pedestrians to help me across Tom Mboya
I waved, and waved, and shied, and waited.
Angel touched my hand, she meant to lead across the road
I bent low to say:
'I want to cross Tom Mboya...
'Nataka kuvuka barabara! '
She linked her arm, and we were under way
So startlingly small, so quietly assured
It is Agape itself.
'Let's go, ' says Angel's hand.
Angel's hand feels small in mine
'Mathrii za Eastleigh' boom big and blow ...