Tag Archives: by Gladys Muturi

WE CAN DO BETTER, by Gladys Muturi

Genre: Social Commentary, Equality We Can Do Better Why is this happening to us? All of the fights and disagreements Why are we acting like this? We’re not animals, We’re human beings Let’s stop this All of this is ancient … Continue reading

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Why are the Police so Mean?, by Gladys Muturi

My Fellow Officers I got one thing to say, “Why?” Why do you have to be so mean? Do you hate us? Are we that bad people? You say you guys are good cops but yet you’re acting like the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: I HAD YOU BUT…, by Gladys Muturi

Growing inside me for nine months had me at pause But now I realize why Why now? I’ve come so far ’til I have taken a halt I had you but now I’m sad I can’t stop crying now I … Continue reading

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Read Poem: PEOPLE LIKE US, by Gladys Muturi

Genre: Humanity There are people like us Dress like us Look like us Think like us Better yet they want to be like us But they’re not us They bleed like us with the same red color But their type … Continue reading

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Read Poem: BAD SINNER, by Gladys Muturi

Everybody knows I’m a bad sinner I can’t compete because I’m not a winner I have made bad decisions I’m not proud of it I have grown cruel of it Makes me feel devious Going after my ungrateful desires I … Continue reading

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