I step in the door and she is waiting, her whines and cries warm my heart. She is always there for me, I tell her about my day and she listens patiently, her eyes staring at me. We go walking and play in the grass and trees running and chasing.
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If you have a story, it is yours, but once you tell your story, in whatever form; poetry, short story, interview, song... It is no longer story yako, it is now story yetu. You and me, the world. It will have inspired, entertained, educated or informed someone. Let us tell our stories... Story zetu.
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