CHAPTER ONE Ebere felt a chill run down her spine as he held her face and pulled her mouth into his. His kiss was hot and desperate as he dug deeper, touring and teasing every corner of her mouth with his tongue. Soon, she could feel the wetness building up gradually between her thighs as … Continue reading A Taste On The Side 1
We walked to the market under the glare of an angry yellow sun. Dust clouds covered the road, ugly gaunt ghosts. We scarcely spoke as we stomped on, each step faster than the last. Sold to our shared plan, we were focused, bold, hardened. The scent of mangoes hung heavy around us–tangy, sweet, and supple. … Continue reading They Stole Our Eyes
Disenfranchised, Robbed of my entitlements Stripped of my most sacred rights, My just deserts taken away My property pillaged ignominiously, Robbed of a voice Now I am mute, Fleeced of my feet Now I limp. A caricature of my true self Abused by those who pledged to serve The gun is mightier … Continue reading Disenfranchised
A short piece on crime and love of life. Three robbers had the opportunity of a lifetime to make it big… they also had the chance to save the life of a baby. They made their choice.