You will always go back to her To that woman you walked with Someday down the aisle You will always go back to that woman No matter how much you mess around And protect your lies You will always hide it from her All of your love messages sent in the middle of the … Continue reading Unfaithful
Your husband called me He told me he likes me He also said he loves me He wants me to date him He wants us to get deep I don’t know how this makes you feel But your husband called me Your husband called me He wants to plan a long trip He … Continue reading Your Husband Called me
Their words: I can’t marry a man who earns 200,000 or less. This is the topic trending hot on social networks all over the web. It has caused a mayhem, which rocks Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere. I met this one girl and after few flings we settled into the same argument. ***********************************************”Hey Bae!”, I … Continue reading Between Earning Shekels And Being Wedded
“Hello?” Someone said in a very attractive locution. I was struck by the familiar yet strange voice. I stopped short, my journey to the bathroom became suddenly irrelevant until I satisfied my curiosity. I crawled behind the cream curtains that divided the sitting room from the narrow passage and peeked. There she was! Pacing to … Continue reading She’s Just 9!
We’re earth surface, You know? We’re made of the soil, His breath; Is a spirit in us. Though We understood you’ll coil Like a smoke Into the fire. Your garment is red oil. How could you kill a thing like that? The womb is a padlock. Imagine! He took away four keys, … Continue reading Womb and the Man
Skirt and trouser muffle, ruffle together, Arrogantly with each, diseminating – Information crumble together to the eye That saw nothing – like nidity is bad – Incorrectly fit into is loose; exposition came. The girl bent, flashing the wast naked Product schorching emotional Truma in vain are the arteries That quarrel – with … Continue reading Skirt and Trouser.
ZOE God knew that she was crazy in love with Andrew, crazy being the ‘Operative‘ word. She allowed her mind to drift to the first time she met Andrew. It had been on a plane on her way to Milton Keynes for her cousin’s wedding. She had just finished writing a very tough exam in … Continue reading “Her Man Palava” -3
It was a Saturday morning and I was already up by 9:00am, I mean this was pretty early compared to the normal time I was usually up on Saturdays. Gladly, I didn’t have to wake up on Saturdays for work as I only worked Mondays to Fridays. And the reason for my wide awoken eyes was … Continue reading In search for my other half
I have beards.”It comes with age”,so they say but I am only a teenager. This year will make me 16years old but I look like am 23, sometimes I like it but other times I hate it. I like it when ‘big bros’ in my street will bully other boys my age but won’t come … Continue reading Respect The Beard
Today, I had a discussion with my mum which ensued from a phone call she was receiving when I came home from work. I had something to tell her and so while waiting for the call to end to get her attention. I couldn’t help but listen to the conversation. Apparently, she was pleading with … Continue reading Society And Double Standards: Men Vs Women
I was at a marriage ceremony the other day and at the reception,the chairman of the occasion said something that initiated a cascade of thoughts which I’d soon disclose. I really hope you learn a thing or two; this issue is really important to individual and collective happiness. In his speech, the chairman said to … Continue reading What it means to be the Head In Marriage
A fellow blogger (male) recently asked me the ancient question no one has found an answer to, viz: “What do women want from men?” I want to believe he asked me this because he sees me as this all-knowing feminine oracle, but I know better. I don’t know what ALL women want from men, but … Continue reading What do Women Want?
My Hero by Uzoma Ezeson is a book that will challenge, humble, inspire and motivate you to greatness because you shall know the truth and the truth will make you better. It is a book that will cause a mindshift in your life. After reading this book, I bet you will go from good to … Continue reading My Hero: Learning From the Makers of History by Uzoma Ezeson
In my sojourn of life, I’ve met funny people, ‘men’, But today I don’t want to discuss them Maybe another day, maybe in another way, Maybe I don’t want to tell a story that may seem so gay. I’ve met women, Oh! Yes I’ve met women, I’ve lived, I’ve loved, I’ve studied them, Some I’ve … Continue reading My Timelines; The women I’ve met – PART 1
By the roadside is thy home One stick of cigarette One bottle gulder Standing for men of unzipped trousers, and dirtiness fills thy life You have killed thy womb for money cries of aborted children follow thee here and there You feel the world to be on thy waist, There lies your multinational company that … Continue reading Ashawo