The Rules Dear child, tread with care, The game as it is, has never been fair. Walk with your head held high, Yet with your heart to the ground. Recognize and maintain your position and, Whatever happens… Stand your ground, And do not leave your place.
Let your eyes be open, As the windows of the sky. Make your heart as a sturdy stem, Your will as a closed door. Don’t let your house shake… And yet again, Stand your ground, And do not leave your place.
The Game Storms will come, filled with violent love. Fall not to the air that makes the heart merry. The sun will rise, spreading rays of lust. Run not after the passions that lead to the sea. The clouds will cover your skies, in black and dark. Let not the sorrow take away your heart. The wars will walk, through the paths you tread. Shut your ears to the waves that pass… And once more, Stand your ground, And do not leave your place
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Today is a commemoration of the day when Kenya attained self – rule. Even with the Corona Virus crisis, the nation is still meeting at Jomo Kenyatta Stadium in Kisumu city… And we will be politicking 😂😂😂.
Talking of Madaraka, Kisumu is the main opposition base in Kenya. The president, Uhuru Kenyatta has recently been working on uniting the nation by joining hands with the opposition leader, Raila Odinga in what is known as “The Handshake.”
I honestly don’t know what to think because we only know after the elections 😂😂, but, we are hoping that they will kill the stereotypes that have powered tribalism in the country for so long.
When I was young, this was among the few days of the year when we would cook meat and chapati (the meal is a holiday tradition). Sodas (that’s what we call the likes of Coca-Cola and were also hard to come by 😂) were also taken on this day and other holidays like Christmas. I am happy that these days, I’ve become tired of both the meal and the soft drink.