Cat Calling in a Modern World

I'll be the first to admit I don't usually get it right or even know what needs getting right. I'm at times oblivious to the many slights of society towards females. I know how difficult it is for me to sometimes understand everything that's going on with females or even how I can be of... Continue Reading →


Milkshakes and Liquor

They met, young, na├»ve and hopeful. Well she was hopeful, like spring after winter and autumn. He was fun, like stolen kisses, the bad boy stereotype and like every tale of love, it wasn't easy, especially not in the start. But you get to learn a person after all. Their waterfall at sunset, how to... Continue Reading →

Who Am I?

I am love. I am an attempt at love at least. Love is given freely, void of expectation. You don't need to be bothered if love is unrequited. Love is full, over flowing all the time. Love is a meandering manifestation of the many different imaginations my mind can contain. Anger, like the blocking beaver... Continue Reading →

Official 2019 Notice

Official Kutambokisa notice. In 2019 this is our official open calendar for activities we are ready to collaborate on come 2019. If uou feel inclined kindly send us an email at We look forward to working with you in 2019.

Mental Health NOT Mental Illness

Mental health, not to be mistaken for mental illness, includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. (Image taken from BBC) Many factors contribute to mental health problems, including: Biological factors, such as genes... Continue Reading →

Do I Like You?

You seem perfect. Perfectly flawed, I know. Don't confuse the intent behind my omission. I see the halo balanced perfectly over your horns. Do I like you though? Butterflies don't congregate inside my bowels. Everythings calm, no panic, my shoes don't even feel tied together as my eye balls skate pirouettes about your frame. Its... Continue Reading →

Ulupwa #4 (Family)

Manda hill bridge, Addis Ababa road... "Nsangu, why are we back here?" A peeved Bongo raised his hands in frustration at his steel and earth surroundings. "You've never heard the saying, third times the charm, have you?" Nsangu chuckled over his shoulder, towards a worn down Bongo. "We are looking for missing kids, wouldn't you... Continue Reading →

Friendly Neighborhood Poet

Destro, often misunderstood but always provoking, fitting that he would call his album "Politically Correct". "Dear Lord, I thank you that I am often misunderstood or maybe I make myself out to be." - Destro When I sit down to listen to 'boy wonder' rhyme his rhymes, I know its always a full blown affair,... Continue Reading →

The Equaliser

I don't want to die, or rather, I'm not ready to die, I feel like I just started living. Death unfortunately, cares not for my unresolved issues. Whether the bed is made and ready or not, death will make me sleep in it regardless. I first got introduced to death at church. Jesus died for... Continue Reading →

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