Tag Archives: love

Parasitism

I pay that u may b beautiful I pay that u may be pleasured I suck and kiss your sensient parts You lay back and take the pleasure I gain not milk from your bosom I gain not treasure from my pleasure I keep my strength up for my Ego Trying in futility to reach … Continue reading Parasitism

“the Wife I Never Had”

She was my dream girl The one I fantasized about But, hard as I may try She never gave me the chance I loved her like my Mum I wanted her like Riches I needed her like food But she was always far-fetched Each time I look back in time I remember her with nostalgia … Continue reading “the Wife I Never Had”

Pseudo Lovers

Beware of Pseudo-Lovers !!! They appear very flashy, Clourful like Butterflies But only perch for nectar They give you hopeless hopes Politely, they insult you Subtley, they control you They are shadows in reality You marry them in your dreams You build your world for them Thinking their future is yours But they have other … Continue reading Pseudo Lovers

Nostalgia

    There is something immensely enthralling and helplessly entrancing about kissing someone you truly love for the first time. A majestic tranquillity stirs in, and settles placidly on your weary nerves, just as dew descends on leaves on a misty morning. An unabashed sincerity drifts through your lips as they brush against theirs, and … Continue reading Nostalgia

The U-Turn Could Have Come Earlier

  Rains lashed onto my bare back as I scooped up her fragile frame and carried her out of the car. Perhaps, she’d passed out, she couldn’t endure the pain she’s suffered. Perhaps, she just pretended to be asleep. Never wanted to face the reality. Never wanted to see the man who left her alone … Continue reading The U-Turn Could Have Come Earlier

Campus Wahala series; How to lose a guy (Chapter 1)

“I love him, I love him not. “I love him, I love him not. “Oh, Shit, I love him. Wait do I really love him? “I don’t know for you o. It’s just been three months, and his possessiveness has started bothering me. What would you do with this clingy Jide who’s becoming stickier than … Continue reading Campus Wahala series; How to lose a guy (Chapter 1)

Mysteries Of Attraction

  She tries to leave but Something keeps attracting her Like sugar attracts Ants She can’t explain the feelings What was it about him? Was it his Manhood? Or his Cynicism? Could it be his craftsmanship? Not even he, has answers It was a mystery to demystify If nectar attracts birds, then It surely can … Continue reading Mysteries Of Attraction

Unraveling: Final Episode

Let’s meet on a plain field Where sunshine doesn’t ruin the feel Let’s meet outdoors Baring emotions outwards Let’s meet for old times Starting again not on borrowed times Let’s meet with substance Our wounds healed, our minds right Let’s meet with a level head Man and woman basking clear Let’s meet and deliberate And … Continue reading Unraveling: Final Episode

Indian Crush

She had eyes that glowed like The tongues of two lit candles Her voice sounded like symphony She danced like a swaying tree in the wind He asked her to be his Juliet but She seemed to know nothing about The love of Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare was a Riff-Raff before her Her skin shone … Continue reading Indian Crush

Dazzle Me Chapter 3 (Novel Excerpt)

    CHAPTER III The seat belt lights came on as the air hostess said through a microphone. “We would be at the Lagos Muritala Mohammed airport in a couple of minutes so we encourage all passengers to fasten their seat belts” she said, her accent sounding almost British. So he had decided to go … Continue reading Dazzle Me Chapter 3 (Novel Excerpt)

Unraveling ep15 of 16

She sat there, once, twice gazing tentatively Trying to recollect a time When memory was like a glass of Amarula Sweet and intoxicating She sat there and found none Her mind and body had become numb Her soul floats in a sea of calmness All energy from years of pain dissipated Leaving behind a hollow … Continue reading Unraveling ep15 of 16

Unraveling ep13 of 16

The pressure of holding back pain Coursed through her, weakening her veins Her eyes slithered at the sound of her voice Her words never left stuck somewhere in between She wanted to plunder, not plow Yet she watches her and never grows Leah came awake with a start, shooting up in her bed. For a … Continue reading Unraveling ep13 of 16