When D was born, he had no idea that it happened. Later, when he understood the general (and not so general) implications of this occurrence, it was too late.


6 Responses to “About D”

  1. 1 jellyfishcoolman November 6, 2009 um 1:23 am

    You have an interesting way with words. I am impressed. Deverse does seem like the verse it is.

  2. 3 Wacu November 20, 2009 um 12:06 pm

    I like how you say you discovered the importance of being born too late.its succint-i think that the word i want to use- followed this link from twitter.it was well worth it.

  3. 4 ericomanga Januar 19, 2010 um 9:58 am

    Let me guess, D was also very shocked at birth, he couldn’t speak for two straight years, right?

    • 5 deverse Januar 19, 2010 um 12:57 pm

      As he has been told, he was shocked indeed. So much so that he started talking rather early, even before his first 12 months on this planet came to a close.

      And as I can tell you, he hasn’t stopped ever since – to devestating effect to some. 😉

  4. 6 riva September 16, 2010 um 2:13 pm

    Dear Deverse,

    I’m an editor on http://www.kenyaimagine.com. I found your blog from our facebook page. Thanks for being our facebook friend! 🙂

    I liked your excerpts and would like to ask you if we could publish them (excerpts 2-4) on kenyaimagine?

    Look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Kind Regards,


    ps. Your photos are awesome too!

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