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To The Spirit of Creation. (Kenya's Delight 5)

Manatita is an esteemed author living in London, UK. He writes spiritual books, flash fiction and esoteric poetry, his favourite genre.

"I was all set, to let you rest today,

But the rain and cold came, to my dismay." -Manatita

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This April day is intensely cold in Kenya,

And I'm caught ill-prepared.

Zephyrs beat against my warm-blooded frame,

Their chilly breath, tearing into my bones like cubes of ice.


A Kenyan woman,

Additionally clothed with boots and jacket,

Noted that it is the worst its been so far

And speaks of global warming.

This offers me no solace,

As this unusual weather seeps into my core.


Even as a child I loved the sun!

Spoilt from the beauty of

Blessed temperatures; translucent skies,

Coping with additional thermals, was still a challenge.


Some beings are happy though.

Birds still sing; the palm trees glisten with the rain.

Adjacent cars are spontaneously washed clean,

And swimmers front-crawl up and down with zest.


As I write, the clouds begin to clear,

The sun peeps through and smiles upon us,

Bowing in sweet reverence,

To the Spirit of Creation.


Manatita, The Lantern Carrier, 24th April, 2018


-Awakening The Inner Light

Trust God to begin every day, as if nothing has been done or as if everything is new.

Trust God to begin every day, as if nothing has been done or as if everything is new.

Rain

© 2018 manatita44

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