Some say that true love does not exist. The drama of present day relationships is a story of many ironies. Many are the souls that lust after perfections and employ unreasonable expectations upon their spouses or potential lovers. Nowadays, relationships end when they are just starting. Very few people seem to have figured out how to go about letting people in their lives in the most appropriate way, culminating to short lived unions and high divorce rates.
How should the process of falling in love be like? Is love at first sight realistic? How do we deal with break ups, now that they’ve become so often? And how can we avoid them? This Friday, 21st February, on #FatumasVoice, we engage in this interesting discussion, of course in the stir of deep and sometimes intriguing words of poets such as Cate Kabura, Debutantes; Nick Olwah, Vince, Amina N Aminata, Victor Peace and many others. Music is from two amazing ladies; @Ondi and Miriam Christina.
— with Weke Zab, Brenda W. Gutu, Shiru Wa Mum, Wanjiku Mwaurah,Churchill Winstones, Blusky PoeticBee Wambui, Archangel Ngumi Wangombe, Trudy Walmsley, Raya Wambui, Linda Wanjiru, Simuli Waliaula, Phy Mwihaki Ng’etich, Richie Maccs, Cynthia Noni Maina, Magunga Williams, Sylvia Qui TheHeiress, Irine Rudi Purity, Nuru Bahati Shukrani, Eric Onyango Otieno and Allan Mwangi Melchowistz atKenyan Poets Lounge.