– PART ONE PHANTOM 1
– PART TWO PHANTOM 2
[THE RESCUE MISSION]
PART ONE: KAREN: THE UNDISPUTED KIDNAP
PART TWO: KAREN: THE UNDISPUTED KIDNAP
Karen had been kidnapped. Her three friends Clare, Kate and Sharon have vowed to rescue her from the hands of the cruel bastards who took advantage of her lucrative body. The tri-squad could not even try to adjust their senses to imagine what could be happening to her. All they hoped for was for her to be alive and kicking. They had to plan for the rescue mission.
That night, they did not report to their respective homes. Clare, Kate and Sharon had a plan to engage in some dirty duties done by the call girls hoping they would bore fruits in rescuing their friend Karen. A friend of Clare by name Jake had agreed to harbor them in his vicinity as they made plans on how they would execute their plan. They drove to Jake’s house and after they had chitchat in this and that, they sat on the circular lighted-gazebo, which was built architecturally to suit the midnight meat wolfers’. Jake offered to help them in their plans but they turned down his offer at first.
‘We will do it our way’, Clare Responded. ‘This is our mission remember?’ she squinted her left eye as she gave him a soundly peck. Jake gazed at her for some time before he went ahead to prepare a balefire that would keep the warm for the night. The time was at 8pm. Darkness had enveloped the entire of the horizon. The sky was full of stars; both the dimming and the shinning ones. The crickets and frogs could be heard on the outside as they made their noises. The cool breeze would sweep the air around them occasionally making the whole humidity optimum for human survival. It was beautiful. They slowly converged at the balefire and commenced the plan.
After about 15 minutes, they all rose from the wooden seats and each of them rushed in different routes around the homestead. Each got back with some weird looking club attire. The ladies were all glam. You would confuse them with those brothel ladies who wear to impress anyone who got the cash to squander on them as they roughly devour them. Their current look would liquefy the heart that those shy men hold deep in their inner spirit. Sharon, though looking like she was in her birth-suit, did not like it. She felt naked. she kept looking at herself plastering that woebegone impression on her face. Her thighs had never been exposed like that publicly before.
So let’s look at life as it is. From when we started reasoning and perceiving things in a more proficient and ethical way, we have discovered a lot of ‘pregnant’ issues pertaining occupations and professionalism in the Kenyan sector. Not only could this issues discussed here be effective or beneficial in Kenya, but also to innovative people across Africa and the world especially in countries with the same status-quo as our country Kenya.
In Kenya, 90% of citizens go to school so as we can be able to self-sustain ourselves financially –just to help us put our heads above water. That is a fact. Those people who did not go to school are normally considered poor and illiterate. That is what most people believe in. and in fact, 90% of those who did not go to school find it very hard to make it in life. Why? Does it mean learning until university is the new financial hot cake to success? No! Absolutely no.
…through the tangles of vines and jungle-like forests to the wilderness of pure happiness
Without inspiration, the best powers of the mind remain dormant. There is a fuel in us that needs to be ignited with sparks.
Let us talk about water. Water can be essential and non- essential. It can act in all ways depending on how we use it or force it to be. We are all aware of the essential part of it. When we imagine water in its disastrous side, we see an enemy. With a mighty roar, it crashes through the trees like low-flying missiles knocking them down like spilled toothpicks while sweeping over the valley and lowlands. It gains momentum throwing humankind, houses, vehicles and trees into boulders and moving them like toys to anywhere it feels like. It is controlled by nature. On the contrary, we human beings are not controlled by nature. We have a mind, we reason and act according to our minds capability. We are not water. We do not act like how nature wants us to. We control ourselves and save our anger.
The wise men of the olden days always huddled inside their humble dwellings even when the relentless rain beat on their thatched roofs. Our emotions control us. Our moods are the manifestation that we are founded upon. Our bodies are emotional filters and they bear the unmistakable marks of our prevalent emotions. We should not entertain the bad feelings and emotions take control on us. The feelings of failure, regret or frustration e.g. detachment from our objected goals should not take control of our minds.
stars buried in our hearts
Talk of the sun’s dominance
A joy behold
Being and keeping a happy face
letting the breathless be a breath to talk about
Swimming in a swarm of happiness
Adding and having lump some
laugh loud,scream low
Hold onto your voice
A joy we always want to share
It is easy to weigh the happiness
Not easy to lie but lie in happiness
It is always a walk in paradise
Just hold on high
Each day is a happy day
Only when you let you teeth out
Let you eyes be that lily in the ocean
And a camera that captures happiness