Bro Kibiti Mutuma Samuel

A Journey Of Victory - Poem by Bro Kibiti Mutuma Samuel

Born in a humble background,
I thank the Almighty God for everything,
Dad Jackhim Kibiti Danson and Mum Joanina Karoki Kibiti,
Did and are doing a great job in bringing me up.

Went to a humble Pry Sch together with my Sis Ann Kangai Kibiti,
Where everybody was a Blessing,
Ithimbari was a great School,
Where everyone celebrated Victory after Schooling.

The Head of the School Mr Gilbert Nyamu Kathurima,
Did his work as a Teacher,
Nursery Class tutor Mrs Magrete,
Will still be remembered for making Bro Kibiti a Victor.

Kithurine Zion Gospel Church was a Place to be always,
Rev Joseph Mwiti Kathurima was always there,
My Dear Dad and Mum were there too,
A Journey of Victory is to be remembered by all.

Ndagene High Sch followed after Ithimbari,
Mr Emmanuel Kanyike the Ugandan roared in the Morning,
Everybody rushed to attend Morning Preps,
As a Man of Victory was being prepared for the Victory.

They always say that a Journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step,
And a Journey to Prosperity passes through a desert,
It seems to be true,
Because I have already witnessed it.

I longed to join University,
And My God heard My Daily Prayers,
Taking Bachelor of Education(Arts) in English and Literature,
Glory and Honour be to the Creator of Heaven and Earth.

The Interdenominational Fellowship-WWGGF is alive and kicking,
Being the Founder of the same is God's Grace,
My Journey of Victory is Simple but Complex,
Only God has My final say.

Thank You God for the Victory this far,
Always the Head and not the tail,
Always at the Top never at the bottom,
Glory be to You alone Almighty God.

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Comments about A Journey Of Victory by Bro Kibiti Mutuma Samuel

  • Charity Nduhiu (9/19/2015 6:01:00 AM)

    When you trust in God things are much easier than we think. Keep the fire burning (Report) Reply

    (9/21/2015 10:15:00 AM)

    Sure Charity.Thanks and God Bless You.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

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