Michael Tunduli

Rookie - 10 Points (18-5-1984 / Bungoma (Kenya))

Michael Tunduli Poems

1. I Too 3/20/2009
2. You And Me 3/20/2009
3. Let Go 4/17/2009
4. My Heart And Mind 4/17/2009
5. Sex 4/17/2009
6. A Promise 4/17/2009
7. Forgive 4/17/2009
8. Joy 4/17/2009
9. Naked But Not Ashamed 4/17/2009
10. Time 4/17/2009
11. You Are Beautiful 4/22/2009
12. I Saw 4/24/2009
13. To Love Again 4/24/2009
14. A Divine Touch 4/24/2009
15. Do You 4/24/2009
16. Rejoice 4/24/2009
17. The Name 4/24/2009
18. Rest 5/30/2009
19. An Expectant Woman 5/30/2009
20. The Lord 5/30/2009
21. Grace 5/30/2009
22. Joy-Bd 5/30/2009
23. Winnie 5/30/2009
24. Always There 5/30/2009
25. Uninhibited 6/2/2009
26. Love 6/2/2009
27. Tell Me, How Do I Gain Entry? 6/8/2009
28. I Don’t Know 6/8/2009
29. The Road 6/16/2009
30. Poetry 6/16/2009
31. Put Me To Sleep 6/19/2009
32. Thank You 6/19/2009
33. Love Is Pain 6/29/2009
34. Guide Me 4/17/2009
35. If 4/17/2009
36. Now 4/17/2009
37. Falling By Love 4/17/2009
38. If I Die Today 4/25/2009
39. You 4/25/2009
40. Let Go Of Me 5/26/2009
Best Poem of Michael Tunduli

Why Am I Here

Am no extra-ordinary person, am like you
Like many I have often wondered, why am I here?
To live for few years and die?
To amass as much wealth as I can and enjoy?

I looked for answers from the east to the west
But whatever, each only increased my emptiness
Than at the beginning of my quest
West’s dry philosophies couldn’t nor the east’s lies.

Whatever I tried, there was a hole within
That neither pleasure nor work could fill
A relationship couldn’t too, it increased the void
In atheism, the hole almost swallowed me up!

How foolish and blind...

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Sex

Let’s not say to have sex is to make love
There is a wide chasm between the two
One is a gift to us from above
Another a short time stealing of you
And has consequences
Indeed you reap what you sow

Sex is for the married and in marriage
Though it’s looks so pleasing and desirable

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