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Bloody we

How could I forget the sight
He fought for dear life
As she stabbed with a knife
His face overcome with despair
Blood spurting on her hair
She wiped her sweaty face
The lump in my throat!
My son, she said
You too will slaughter a goat

Copyright © Maina Ndugo | Year Posted 2011



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story teller

Tears flow
As the hero
dies slow
in my story

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The anchor

A friendship                 
Like an anchor             
You can trust will        
Never rust

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Chilled out

It's too cold to swim      
like two winters

Copyright © Maina Ndugo | Year Posted 2012

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My birthday

I have a wish                      
It grows bigger 
everyday        Will I tell 
her? Noway! But i want a 
two way for my 
birthday!                  
Me, her and Lisa              
Just one night                  
Let 
me have the right    
To be greedy

Copyright © Maina Ndugo | Year Posted 2012



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STONER

Sour Diesel
Train wreck
OG Kush
New strains pop
Everyday in my brain
Rolling and smoking like a train

Copyright © Maina Ndugo | Year Posted 2014

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First and Last date

The space between us is becoming tense

I smile to reassure you

The waiter’s hands are clenched

With impatience, he looks at you

You look at me I want to flee

It’s obvious there won’t be a second date

Please believe it was a mistake

I forgot my wallet on our first date

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Mr Reaper

He knocked on my grandpa's door and took him
He came to the door and found it locked, Grim Reaper I changed the locks!

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I shot him

My finger is squeezing the trigger

He falls with eyes wide open

The pool of blood becomes bigger

The neighbours think it’s a homicide

They later learn I committed suicide







Maina Von

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Hustle tackle

Hustle and tackle         
Stepping out                
Bright or stormy day   
Wherever I lay                   
I am a champion

Copyright © Maina Ndugo | Year Posted 2012

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