Adamma, Chidimma’s elder sister who was approaching the stream caught sight of her. The beads she wore on her legs made pleasant noises blending with the multi striped wrapper which was worn around her waist reaching her knees and the other arrayed around her breast elaborating her flawless physique. The waist bead she wore was … Continue reading Chidimma’s Unfathomable Secret-Subsequent to The Caucasian Lady’s Secret
She goes to the stream to fetch water and all she can hear is, “Ọnye kọ bụ? Ọnye kọ bụ? Who is she?” She gracefully draws near to the steam. Drops her calabash pot also known as udu into the water and tries to listen to their conversation despite she doesn’t have a clue about … Continue reading The Caucasian Lady’s Secret
The Ironsi saga continues
The second part of the series on the times, roles and death of Nigeria’s first military head of state.
A series that addresses the time, roles and death of Nigeria’s first military head of state.
When a pair of post grad students stumble on each other in the university library, old love borne out of terrible past pain is rekindled.
Omalicha nne m oma The breast I once suckled Caressed with sweetness And sometimes bit Like I was fighting with you. Enenebegioru oma Oh, mother! Your tender love and care The sweat of your work and hardship Your agony, discomfort and pain for my sake. Ochie dike nne m oma Your perseverance for … Continue reading Nne m Oma
He takes her heart And uses his mouth to cup it in his cage. Then he smiles and says to himself,“I’m the master planner.” He slowly ensnares her into his trap And says, “I’m the master.” He makes her yearn for his touch, affection, and attention, He smiles and says, “I got this.” She … Continue reading The Skipping Steps of Her Heart
War, Pain, Hurt Fate, Death, I was caught This has left me more cuts Than I had ever thought. All of a sudden, a joy from within Battled all the hate I struggled with When everything in me was breaking And my heart was shaking Because my parents went through a divorce Could it have … Continue reading Family
When a high-school romance that went awry resurrected in adulthood.
When intense passion became ‘too sweet’ for a chair.
She wanted me. She meant business. How I fled.
Time to look the pro-Biafran agitation in Nigeria and counter-reactions in the eye.
A shot from the shoulder to the ladies.
Was the Reformation okay for the world, especially the African world?