Where I'M From
I’m from a home that is full of siblings
Just like the size of Roman Empire
I have three brothers and three sisters that are still growing
I have four cousins, My parents, I and all them live the same building.
I’m from where we speak three languages
And each of the their own purses
We use English in school to write on pages
And just the opposite with Swahili
Daily course, Gishu is used for respect doesn’t have rage.
I’m from where you survived by labor
Because you work deli gently on them farm
Each day for your life, you and every farmer