Creative Writing.

Art is a thing of the Heart

Black & White

It is not a contrasting white on black or vice versa It is not the achromatic absence of light Neither is it a glaring visual void of hue It is the neutral spectrum that sets a captivating mood The essence… Continue Reading →

My turn to order.

There she sits. Legs crossed. The heels on her feet fit. A Long jacket accentuates her curves. Matching her short skirt. A fine pair of legs showing. She is texting away. Her facials betraying alot. More than the emoticons she’s… Continue Reading →

Terminal 1.

Everyone is in a rush School kids all over the place ‘Is it monday?’ Yelling touts and passengers scurrying off make up the rest of the bustle.   Two, three steps into the hustle, A whiff of Omena tickles my… Continue Reading →

PEN MINES

Speech by Oduor Jagero.  Maseno University, School of Arts and Social Sciences 15 Oct. 2014 Good morning everyone! I want to thank Dr. Omwalo for his kind words about my book and inviting me here to talk with the students,… Continue Reading →

NAIROBI RAIN

It is a rainy evening in Nairobi, Long lines at the bus stop, Muddy, exhausted and hurrying feet, She is almost there. Feet in sodden socks and sharp toed boots, Are rushing to a rendezvous, Looking for an umbrella with… Continue Reading →

Post Mordern Impressions

Rodger the hacker. True citizen excerpt by Oduor Jagero

Roger was a hacker. The companies he had wronged hated him; the ones he’d helped to secure their systems adored him. But his peers, especially novices in IT, worshipped him. He never wore official trousers, shirts, or jackets. He never… Continue Reading →

True Citizen -Synopsis by Oduor Jagero

In the ten-by-ten shack, Maina, four years old, is writing his home assignment. Kamau, Maina’s dad, drunk and angry comes home. He wants to know whether his pregnant wife is carrying his child or not. He storms the house and… Continue Reading →

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