No doubt, the life we live is in different stages, each with its own peculiarities. The youthful period — which in particular, is the prime of one’s lifetime — is one that requires a great deal of one’s productivity. It is akin to the fulcrum of a lever upon which the load of your life … Continue reading The Life That Happens
“We are born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we are not alone.” Above is a vocal extract from the scene of a movie, ‘Someone to Love’ for the Fountains of Wayne songs, acted by George Orson Welles, … Continue reading Concept of ‘Dèbóism’: The Dèjá Vu By Agbaje H. Ayomide
As far as constitution allows me, I will try to ensure that there is a responsible and accountable governance at all levels of government in the country. For I will not have kept my own trust with Nigerians if I allow my others to abuse them under my watch — Muhammadu Buhari (Grand Commander … Continue reading Keep Buhari On His Toes: By Agbaje H. Ayomide
My beautiful princess, that sheen and caramel-skinned sister whose face is ever stunning and alluring. I began to look for a spot on her face but fortunately I found none. I became afraid afterwards, because I believe only angels and some heavenly creatures are spotless (Yay!! I have seen some in my dreams) . She … Continue reading Princess Agbaje, That Sweet Sister Who Is A Ravishing Paragon Of Beauty: By Agbaje Ayomide.
FOREWORD The writer, Agbajecity, admits that this is the longest panegyrics he has ever made. He wrote it on his elder brother’s birthday who is an eminent lawyer and at the same time a challenge and role model to the body of young legal practitioners and a YOUNG ACHIEVER that spurs others put in their … Continue reading Barrister M.F Bakare, My Success-Laden Elder Brother: By Agbaje Ayomide.
The final saga and the much anticipated episode of this story is now being published on Naijastories.com. Enjoy the vicarious pleasure.++++ As we got out of the restaurant, trying hard to put a friendly smile on my face. I was really feeling comfortable. Because I could feel no rumblings again in my stomach. As I … Continue reading The Unrequited Love Part 2
At 5:30 AM today, in the wee early hours of the morning, I lie supine on my bed, my head propped up by a pillow, gazing at the ceiling, pushing up my lower lip with my index finger by a slight force, as tears dropping down my hilly cheeks in ceaseless flow, just observing my … Continue reading The Unrequited Love Part 1
Believe in yourself… Kindly accept the fact that, no matter how you struggle and strive, I am assuring you that you can never be like the other person who is your competitor. Never believe in competition, the sky is large enough for people to reach and shine. Even though, you are not the best in … Continue reading Never Underestimate Yourself
HOW I MET MY FIRST LOVE. Barely a 2 years ago or thereabout. I remember I stood on a ludricrous thought, puerile as they were then, that no lady was beautiful and good enough to completely saturate my heart. My desires and tastes were so great. What did my little mind knew then of the … Continue reading How I Met My first Love