Ngozi stood at the door mouth of the bedroom, staring at them with eyes that spelt disbelief. They were so busy that she was unnoticed. She had silently opened the the main door and had stealthily tiptoed into the bedroom. She had returned home to give him heightened satisfaction, to make his day off work … Continue reading The Angel She Knew
The atmosphere was charged with the disco lights bouncing off the walls of the largely spaced room in various colors while the air stood, stifled with alcohol, cigarette, sturdy brands of perfumes, and body sprays. And then, there were others; sweats, body odors… We were like animals and the club was our jungle. I took the ice … Continue reading The Morning Before
I recall a time where they wouldn’t dare to be themselves, they’d cluster in corners and shroud themselves from the world A time where being themselves was met with severe aggression in many forms, particularly beatings by peers Where their jobs, and reputations were at risk and they could lose everything But now They parade … Continue reading 14 years!
The first time I kissed Kelechi it was unintentional. I’m not saying I did not like it eventually, but she made me do it. All the sweet words she whispered in my ears made her hips so adorable and desirable. After I kissed her, she smiled, and I knew she liked it too.
Michael got up as early as 4am, switched on the light and sat up staring at the tattoo on Okafor’s back. Okafor’s snore beside him was quiet. As gentle as his looks. Michael’s eyes glided over the rest of Okafor’s nude body which was smooth and mildly dark. Okafor was the first full African Micheal … Continue reading Dent