Mahamri

Poem By spiritual seeker

In the early morning,
If you walk the little streets of Mombasa,
You will see colourful ladies frying mahamri,
Prepared in the old ways,
Eat while it’s still hot.
Sweetish, delicious... heaven on earth!
Go, travel this beautiful earth!

Comments about Mahamri

Wonderful capture of the moments. So true my brother, let's travel the earth big 10
Wonderful capture of the moments. So true my brother, let's travel the earth big 10
I agree, travel to know people, culture...to be wise.
I love this very sweet write. So nice to know. Enjoyed.


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