Sleeping Harmattan

Sleeping Harmattan


As i remember the daily hectic traffic of lagos, i was force to think a traffic of such occur in heaven. If not, why has this year’s harmattan decided to linger too long before descending on the face of the earth. Come on isn’t it time for that rosy lips of yours to get dried up like the leaf crushed by the dry season? Or isn’t it high time you started having a dread of going to the toilet and taking your bath with a cold water?
If not delay in a traffic, can it be possible that our dear harmattan has taken a long dose of valium to make it over sleep? Maybe it’s still up there snoring while we down here are craving for it’s arrival to knock out the intense heat we face during the night.
You know we shouldn’t be sleeping at night with our cloths off this season. Those thick blanket of yours are crying to be use and not to be abandon inside your wardrobe at this particular period. Our people selling sweaters in the market are lamenting on how stagnant their sales are instead of boasting of bumper sales.
It was said that the major sign of Christmas is a cold weather but what will be the fate of this year’s celebration when harmattan is still snoring at this time of the year.

Written by Oluwafunminiyi Komolafe

3 thoughts on “Sleeping Harmattan” by Oluwafunminiyi Komolafe (@Niyopumping)

  1. anak adrian (@anakadrian)


    Your tenses need a little more work. For example, something like “i was force” should be “i was forced”

    There are many of such similar things in this short article.

    That’s all

  2. Oluwafunminiyi Komolafe (@Niyopumping)

    Thanks sir, i will do a better job of it next time.

  3. Aderonke Daramola (@Shovey)

    Now she has woken up and has descended heavily on Lagos inhabitant. our lips are dried and our legs are so white like we’ve been working all day long at Eagle cement’s factory. @niyopumping I hope you’ve embraced the much awaited harmattan.

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