Do Not Marry a Politician and Other Kitchen Table Things
I've long been taught that the appearance of a good marriage, not a good marriage necessarily, is the ultimate goal.
A Kenyan writer of both fiction and non-fiction. For her fiction, she is interested in writing stories that portray Kenyan-ness(and African-ness) in the ordinary, mundane,defining details. For her nonfiction, she particularly writes narrative essays. She also writes about feminism and all its intersections, especially for African women. You can find more f her work at clariesramblings.com
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It goes like this: sit with the thought, don’t move your fingers, arms, legs, let it enter you, let it stay, let it leave.