Tunde winced as the information on the screen before him began to dance once again. He had really over done it yesterday at the club. It was taking him twice as long to fill out this report. And the splitting headache that had tagged along with the hangover wasn’t helping. He reached into his … Continue reading Tunde And Seun…remi And Toyin (3)
What! Past 10 and I’m still sleeping! My alarm’s been beep-beep-beeping. Should’ve been in class since seven, I know I shouldn’t have eaten. Man, I have read nothing today, I didn’t come to school to play, All these courses I must read them, Off to class until 5.00am. -with coffee, and packs of chewing gum … Continue reading A Night To Remember
Andrew rested his head on his hand, and listened for a whole hour to Uncle Jeffery as he gave him tips on how to behave when he got to the Ukraine. It went on and on, covering the subjects in-depth until Andrew thought there were no angles left uncovered. When it seemed there could be … Continue reading The Septavalent Stone chapter critique-9
The pleasurable pin inserts its mandible deep deep enough for a deep sigh at the caress that is felt when the doors of proclivity are open. what puts a knife deep into the essence with the force and appeal akin to the mechanics that goes with locomotion is the same that fuels the love and … Continue reading Mercy on me, please…..
CHAPTER TEN Morann gazed at the gigantic figure of the elegant Newbury hotel, the venue of his latest assignment. Today, he would snuff the life out of someone in one of those rooms. He felt no trepidation or guilt. He was only doing his job, and he was good at it. It was the … Continue reading Excerpts from novel ‘Crimson Clouds’
‘You cannot abandon, betray or sell, a people who have put their trust in you and remain an honourable man’- Odumegwu-Ojukwu
Wonder why the seas are blue wonder why you are so beautiful Wonder why the sun shines so bright wonder why you look so tight Wonder why the weather I cannot predict wonder why you I cannot resist Wonder why the moon is so round wonder why I am held spellbound Wonder why the sky … Continue reading Wondering Aloud…
I was born the fifth of seven children, and the only daughter of my parents, on October 2, 1940, in the small village of Aku. I was told by my mother that the rain poured heavily on Aku the day I was born. She said she was surprised at my strength and inability to … Continue reading The Women Of Aku
On that first beautiful night, that later- Became filled with darkness of love and lust. When I kissed your lips, you melted and moaned soft, It tasted like forbidden fruits of Eden As I savored them, juicy, sweet and soft. Every bit filled moment was like truth, Told and untold, revelations of love. I … Continue reading My Southern Love
Take that smile One more mile Though life’s troubles often pile And you taste the bitter bile Take that smile One more mile When folks die When you cry Disappointments make you sigh Opportunities pass you by When the sky Seems too high When your hope Falls aslope Though you run, it seems … Continue reading Take That Smile, One More Mile.
Enitan woke up suddenly in the middle of the night perspiring heavily, the white bed spread, was heavily patched and wet from the excessive sweat coming out of his body. The water coming out of his body was not normal as he had slept in his boxer shorts and singlet, and the OX electrical fan … Continue reading Eni Itan
Naija Stories has the Featured writer segment to celebrate our outstanding writers and their posts and they are also rewarded with 10,000 NSpoints. We use the opportunity to encourage our writer-members to continue promoting their works on the site, elsewhere on the web like Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, etc, and even offline. The featured writer of … Continue reading How to be a Featured Writer – Promoting your Stories
I run over to what remains of the Camry oblivious of the glass and metal slashing my stockings and cutting into my bare feet. There is this sinking feeling in my guts. The Mac hit the Camry from the passenger side where the lady was seated so she got the worst of it. Her face … Continue reading This Loving Heart Of Mine… – Part 4
‘its a boy’ the doc said mirth grinned wide from the bed a cry rose in its stead burps and gurgles after well-fed ‘Mama’… crawling around with crap on his bum white teeth pushing outta pink gums breastmilk to cereals sight made him see real ‘A’ for apple, ‘B’ for bus learning follows thus time … Continue reading The Cycle Of a Circle
When I attempt to critically look at the state of affairs on earth, among mankind, it’s a worrisome sight I behold. The supposedly enlightened have become overtly vain. Vanity of such propensity that it has transcended the materialistic dimension, becoming a force and source for mankind such that it’s definition borders on the thresholds of … Continue reading Money, Power, Respect