vanidia Ogega

vanidia Ogega Poems

I have heard of the land
Where feet don't parch
But thoughts roam free
Spreading like a poisonous vapor
...

The moon lights the night
But only at full capacity
When I trudge through the dark paths
With nothing but my thoughts
...

When it rains, it pours,
And trickles down the leaves.

With a bitter cry, the skies open
...

I watched the tears fall
From your eyes as the rain fell
And stood my ground
Only drained
...

vanidia Ogega Biography

Bachelor of Commerce FINANCE graduate CPA part 4 continuing student.
Four years work experience.
Born and raised in Kenya in a fairly middle class home first by a dotting but absent father and later raised by a hardworking mother.
My days were spent with my immediate relatives and one brother who I grew close to during childhood.
I am the lastborn in a family of three and the only girl.
My interest in poems stems from my passion for writing anything that comes to mind and the experience derived from my life and those around me.

The Best Poem Of vanidia Ogega

Shy Jade

I have heard of the land
Where feet don't parch
But thoughts roam free
Spreading like a poisonous vapor
Where the minds await with taut anticipation
And a malignant paranoic, narcistic rage and dementia
In fragmented smooth shards
Cloying the air with a tasteless appeal
In a veneer of carefully calculated machismo.
With such a boisterous atmosphere,
Is it a wonder there is a rainbow,
Of traversing thoughts borderline infantilization
Riddling earnestly en masse a doubtless mind?

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I'm going to look at the man in the mirror, I'm gonna fix myself before I fix the world. The world is a Better place only when Good comes first. We work Best that way!

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