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written by: Andrew Ndambuki



Can I utter a word, at this point in time?
Can my pen speak what my mind cannot define?
Can you begin to decipher the unspoken?

I prefer to leave alone the pain I cannot understand,
and choose to avoid conversations I cannot stand.

You prefer to speak the unspeakable,
and seem to understand the unspoken.
Your voice defies my silence.

Maybe through your monologue,
I can heal my silence.

Andrew Ndambuki

Andrew Ndambuki

Andrew Ndambuki is an avid lover of creative works. In his spare time, he loves writing poems about life: love, music, politics, religion, death, justice, times, seasons... Poems that capture both the imagination and emotion of the readers and the diversity of their human experiences. Andrew has a B.Ed degree in English & Literature from Moi University - Kenya and MBA in Strategic Mgt from Daystar University - Kenya. He lives with his family in Dubai.
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