Whenever Peter and his wife pass We people on the street admired them. They were typical of ideal marriage case; Happy and glamorous all the time.We were at the church when they said “I do” For what they did long ago They would have said “I did” Then they kissed and beamed with smiles. Yes … Continue reading Peter & His Wife
Tye’s tribbette song blasted in my ear as I was writing my story on paper. My head was becoming hot. I needed rest after writing for two hours non-stop. Suddenly, I heard a loud noise. I hurriedly unplugged the earpiece from my ear. Someone was knocking. Who could be knocking? The school was on holiday. … Continue reading An Event That Occured Between A Fictional Character And Me
Tis an act of God to behold a loanman as sincere as death For every man irrespective of race and creed must pay their debt And even in darkness it doesn’t cheat nor lie One by one, man, woman and child must one day fall and die But is death the end? No! For I … Continue reading Death Is Not The End
Uche remembered bitterly that he would have bought a condom that evening, but didn’t just because he was shy. When he walked into the scanty pharmacy shop he was jittery. He scanned the faces of the people in the shop and his hands shook with fear. The chemist behind the counter was attending to a … Continue reading Ouchman Kwokwo (1)
The very moment you were born something was deposited inside you. It goes with you anywhere and everywhere. Sometimes unconsciously it reveals itself and people around you may notice, often than not you likely would not notice. Your sustainability on earth depends on how well you allow it to grow. Scientists call it natures gift, … Continue reading White Shadow
This is not a story But should be told with guts and glory Does time await For the heart who awakens late Nay, but fate sets a date For the one diligently seeking their one true mate But the gods who love to play will always set a bait In the end everyone loses … Continue reading A Story Not told
A gasp escaped her lips when he gently bit into her caramel slender neck. Eyes still closed her heart fluttered as he murmured in her ear. ‘Bimpe…’
Paddle! Paddle!! Paddle!!! Paddle your pirogue down the valley Even when your moment seems heavy Spring to life in tasteless tingling time Only the gritty nibbles with the rhythm of time.
CHAPTER NINE She could hardly sleep that night. Her supposed introduction was in a couple of days. She had not seen or heard from her fiancé. His excuse was that he was tied up in a series of meetings with the board of directors of a certain company in order to secure a multi-million naira … Continue reading B.f.f: Best Friends Forever 9
You are the conqueror, you always conquer on your fingernail seats the victory home in your head dwells all tactics for halting for bending for cutting for slaying the truthful mouth yes, with lies the power you can do you can undo a giant lion that shuts lion in the glade a giant prey that … Continue reading Who is the conqueror
He usually did not go out of the office, but he had just been truly pushed to the edge by his next line supervisor at work and presently felt like a pressure pot about to blow its’ top off. The office environment really irritated him, he needed to cool off, he told them he was … Continue reading In The Depth Of The High
Palm trees dancing with the wind, Swoosh! Swoosh! How they swing, Perfectly aligned with the sky, Head held proud in disguise, Classically and musically sound, A royalty among its kind, Just by the turquoise seas, Sways gently to the ocean breeze, Oh! How it swings and sways with grace, Never in any haste, The soft … Continue reading The Palm Tree’s Song
EPISODE 1 It was a beautiful morning in the Coker mansion as Khaleed and Aisha Coker, the soon to be President and First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria dressed in their best attire and exquisitely beautiful and borderline expensive garments for their inauguration ceremony which will be watched by Millions of People all … Continue reading The First Family
This is a different story from those that starts with a normal once upon a time. Well you could add the once upon a time….. “WHAT!” I heard my sister Nneoma scream from the backyard. I was confuse as to what must have caused the scream, I quickly scrambled up from the form which served … Continue reading The Wotar Thief
My beautiful princess, that sheen and caramel-skinned sister whose face is ever stunning and alluring. I began to look for a spot on her face but fortunately I found none. I became afraid afterwards, because I believe only angels and some heavenly creatures are spotless (Yay!! I have seen some in my dreams) . She … Continue reading Princess Agbaje, That Sweet Sister Who Is A Ravishing Paragon Of Beauty: By Agbaje Ayomide.