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Njonjo Mue takes us back to a magical time when he felt the first flutterings of tender teenage love.
I don’t remember how it all started, but all I know is that by the second term in Form One, I was Kakamega High School’s high priest of romance. A word charmer. A paper contortionist of matters sensual. A lovesmith hammering out lines on an anvil.  My task was simple. For a quarter of a bofl

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