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Milk And Honey – SOLOMON UHIARA

My mind is tinted by vagueness surrendering its will but a vivid sensual orchestra of gentle moaning music Your crispy black body entangles mine, letting the sweet excitement therein linger on On top the roof, the hemisphere of our lovemaking, … Continue reading

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Running To The City

It will be falsely presumed, if rather, I say that she had a certain powerful control over me. It too would mean that I hadn’t much of a choice in the matter. Also, it would definitely mean that I hadn’t … Continue reading

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A Day And Night In The City – SOLOMON UHIARA

There is a little city that sprawls from the eastern horizons of the country. It dwells in middle of fertile greens and blooms in the graceful steps of its countrymen. Look it up in memoirs and journals, it has been … Continue reading

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The Son of Amadihoa: A Forgotten god Lives On – SOLOMON UHIARA

In between the withered sheets of broad leaves laying rampant on the soiled base of papa’s doings, within the heart of the skyscraper we called ‘achara’, there I sat, backing a capsized palm frond which hadn’t for once escaped the … Continue reading

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