All posts by Lawal Opeyemi Isaac

Opeyemi is a final year student of Physiology at the olabisi Onabanjo University,Ogun State,Nigeria. He has had immense love for the written word from his tender age, and is about now trying to make his voice heard.He writes poetry and short fiction.
by Stephen Ajadi

What A Child Will Eat

The rain came unannounced, beating an incoherent rhythm on the leaky corrugated iron roof. Holes in the roof had let in sunlight, which formed various patterns on the floor and walls of the dark room. In an instant, the holes became inlets for rainwater. Bisoye stood up from the bed. She bent with difficulty to carry her three children, … Continue reading What A Child Will Eat

The Intervention Of A Snake

The Intervention Of A Snake

“Gosh!” Jibola let the word out with a long drawl. It sounded more like ‘gash’ with a forced American accent he had picked up from the many disco parties he went to in the city, where speakers blared hip-hop music. “Sorry o, oga,” the commercial motorcyclist who had splattered muddy water on Jibola’s baggy jeans … Continue reading The Intervention Of A Snake