Oluko George

Oluko George Poems

When I want you
to hold me,
you always pretend and
take my hand,


Am dying [suffocating],
hear me, [crying! ]
of the filth

When am gone,
Sweet agony will flourish at home

Sweet agony will flourish at home,

like a mama
she was to me
of life and love

As I wake,
and open my eyes to the morning glory,
My feelings are awake,
That today will be the best day of my life.

'We are all example
of human and am a sample.
So, have a time so ample
and enjoy it like an apple.'

Oluko George Biography

Poet Oluko George was born in Nairobi on 20th August 1986.His father worked with Kenya Railways as draftsman.Having completed his primary and high school education in his rural home of western Kenya, he was admitted to take Bsc in Water Engineering at Kenyatta University in 2008.)

The Best Poem Of Oluko George


When I want you
to hold me,
you always pretend and
take my hand,
It is my heart that need your hand
and not my hand that need your hand

When I say I love you,
with a faint voice,
you say you love me,
In within your heart,
there is unexplained truth
that only reveals itself in your eyes.
Happy and sad within,
you are always on my side.

When it comes to time,
It will always stand by me,
It will always push you to yourself
It will always reveal the true you
It is time,
that will make you shout
and say 'I don't LOVE you! '
Is it normal,
to answer - to pretend,
that you love ME?

Oluko George Comments

Chevelle Reid 13 March 2009

Keep writing your poems its how you express your self and try to work hard to obtain your degree.

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