Biography of Victor Rotich
Victor was birthed & grew up in the village, but spent his spring-tide in the city. That's what made him - Versatile. He has a great passion for poetry and wrote his first verse at a tender age of 8. He is a techie, sedulous & obeisant. Strangers describe him as 'quite.' He spends his free time writing & blogging.
Victor Rotich Poems
Animals Too, Have Rights.
The dark horses around pushing you to the height, your pride glares as you put on the light, who knows, you could be wrong or right, making noise all day and night,
The Hyenas We Follow
They make noise as empty drums, theirs' is only empty talk, full of nothing but day dreams, of my land and their money in Swiss.
It's hard to forget, that day we talked on phone, Never knew it was gonna be the last. Memories rang in my mind, my heart beat fast, I still doubt you are forever gone,
The Two Ticks
The two ticks. The fat, black flashy tick, ever smiling at me, and the brown, tall, round-eyed tick,
Always went to bed thinking about you, my dearest and lovely you, my love was deep and true, our glamour and romance shed my gloom,
It's A Jubilee Dawn!
Everybody was happily yawning, that sunny hot morning. The blue skies were clear, the long awaited moment, finally here.
Always went to bed thinking about you,
my dearest and lovely you,
my love was deep and true,
our glamour and romance shed my gloom,
never knew it was full of doom.
After all those years,
of waiting, pain and tears,
I finally had you with cheers.