First of all i don’t know what genre this could be called. It sounds like a body of an informal letter chopped out for reference, however it’s a good read without the many grammatical errors ranging from concord […]
this looks exactly like one of my poems! I love the images created of eagle preying on nothing and of a madman going nowhere. Good one. i cant criticize this effectively because it looks like how i write.
i like the way it started like a motivational write-up. then in the middle of the story was looking for the “Natural gift” but couldnt see. though the story is non-fiction, i believe every story should be graphic. […]
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 […]
lovely story! it brings back to life my childhood experience, growing up back then in Ngwa Road Aba. the story is engaging. but i noted some grammatical errors in:
“Always, they were driven by glutton.” glutton […]
hmmm… too many confusion! i cant say if this is a short story or drama. it cant actually be drama with the narrator using past tenses. though there are toom many tense confusions, moving from past to present and […]
i like this in a special way! this is because African have seen too much suffering and have forgotten to admire nature. so when i see a poem by an African on the natural environment i get enchanted. what engaged […]
wow! very graphic! only the characters ain’t got names. i enjoy the use of the American English here. some typos though:
“…blow its’ top off.” – its’ – whats the apostrophe doing there?
“…his friend whom w […]
sounds like a eulogy or an ironic eulogy; say a kind of travesty because it is a ironic praise. However there are too many “concord errors” and other grammatical that can not be called mistakes because of their […]