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Godfrey Mutiso Gorry Poems

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by Gorry, Godfrey Mutiso
 Weak but alive
dying yet still alive
huge eyes
round like golf balls 
white as bones
Bony framed
Pus in orifices
teeth, white teeth
skull and bones.
Am sorry for life
Oh this pain deeper than
Only death can...Read More

by Gorry, Godfrey Mutiso
 This country nurtured hope decayed,
The politician cruises on a 4WD guzzler,
The thief.
Feeling the base of his belly.

There is a slum in my heart
But I cannot relocate it to my...Read More

by Gorry, Godfrey Mutiso
 If you meet literature from Africa
Or even their mentors
In such works
You realize a trait of madness
Pumping into the throbbing poetics.
There is a knack in it that sparks alight
The nearest...Read More

by Gorry, Godfrey Mutiso
 And then they pretend like owls
With marble eyes and wizened stupidity
I do not know why they cannot perceive
True art
But I will write
Until sand evaporates
And the moon consumes the sun
I...Read More

by Gorry, Godfrey Mutiso
 Unmasked –
The spirits' face is a black hole
Swallowing the celestial beauty
Of the stars.

Caged –
The sentinel is crouched
Subsumed in seething pain
Not pain but anger of being guiltless
Yet ‘guilty’ for being...Read More