“Among the country, Kenya’s 48 plus tribes, was my Kalenjin. Time saw the budding of harmony and we learned to accommodate and appreciate the differences that, in a way, made who we were…”
“At fourteen, my mind blossomed with ideas—scientific ideas, military ideas, artistic ideas, and romantic ones too…”
“I was born innocent and into a religious family. I grew up corrupted by positivity, perhaps too much of it. Religion became my safe haven, a way to the Supreme, a home to my faith. I believed and it felt good to be grounded. It was hypnosis but with a subtle tune…”
“Lilies and lavender, overgrown by tufts of grass, are what remains of her. Time cares less about the departed. They are the past and the present, a salient memory…”
The Rewind Button, 1092 words.