Hit and Run: A Tribute to my Stolen Bicycle & All Memories Left Behind

There are certain simple things beyond one’s understanding, but put in historical perspective unanswered questions become clear

For example, 1st example: How on earth could one stole my bicycle, the evening of May 20th 2021, at 234 OXFORD ST E, LONDON, ONTARIO N6A 1T7?

Like humans in the West are too civilized to steal

My fault I had so much trust in humanity

Humanity in the West

It turns out, Western humanism is so unholy than I could begin to imagine

Back home, yes, we have thieves

We have countless thieves

The discouraging point is: Ours put in Olympic games cannot compete with the West

Could this make us more barbarians

How amazingly fast life in the West

I can’t picture myself committing such a crime

How savage of me?

Published by Gabriel Ndayishimiye

Gabriel Ndayishimiye lives in London, Ontario. He is a writer with a passion to contribute to Black history and literature; and the author of “Run Elvin” (forthcoming), a memoir written for youth from marginalized backgrounds. This book tells Gabriel’s academic/life experiences from refugee camps in East and Southern Africa and now from the metropolis of the western world. The story aims to inspire and motivate such demographic of youth to take up given opportunities to be creative, achieve success, and develop resilience to fight the challenges of life.

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