Chimuanya stared at the green curtain billowing softly from the cool breeze that Thursday evening. The pillow underneath her head was as flat as the novel beside her. Her small flat, on the fourth floor, smelt intensely of putrid meat. She suddenly couldn’t take it anymore. There hadn’t been electricity in the house for three … Continue reading A Quick Drop And A Sudden Stop
Prompt #3 I paced holes onto the floor of my living room. I had been waiting, for hours, for my wife who was supposed to take me to the airport. When I called her, she said she was almost home. That was one hour ago. I loved her but that woman could never keep to … Continue reading Green.
The light of the moon played against the backdrop of deep blue skies; the music of the night, a sweet melody as she danced. Just one more step… just one more whirl… The dried branches crackled beneath her feet as she did. The villagers of Ichoku gathered at Nkwo, that night, like they did every … Continue reading Ojemba: The venal solution