The Little Ethiopian Angel

  Bright and beautiful, Wrapped in a long cream dress, Strapped with gold finishings Complimenting her little curves Oh! the Little Ethiopian Angel Corn rows run through her head Like little meandering routes through a tropical forest Her little eyes focusing on her little fingers Her Little fingers banging her little African Drum Oh! the little Ethiopian Angel Every thing about her is little and … Continue reading The Little Ethiopian Angel

Just Beneath Mulago hill…

Kampala stands on seven hills. One of them is where Uganda’s referral hospital (Mulago Hospital) stands. we all believe hills are synonymous with beauty, most times including the surrounding areas (at least as far as I can recall for the ones I have known.) Yes, but there is something rather unusual about this one.  Between Mulago and another slum Kamwokya lies a very small slum, … Continue reading Just Beneath Mulago hill…

The Masai woman: a true reflection of African Beauty

She is black and beautiful. A black woman’s smile like a two-edged sword cuts the eyes of those who receive it. Her teeth shine through the gloom of her complexion. Even free of any makeups, her clear and dark skin still glitters. Sometimes bold headed, other times with rough, thick and black hair. The Masai woman wears a bead head crown with filaments flowing right … Continue reading The Masai woman: a true reflection of African Beauty