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Time In A Bottle – Ilerioluwa (senga)

Time In A Bottle – Ilerioluwa (senga)

TIME IN A BOTTLE – ILERIOLUWA (SENGA) I did time once Yeah, I did time in a bottle Locked up in the green ones And the keys thrown down the bottom Flaming stream coursing through my body Liquid fire left my eye balls cranky and swollen Yeah I did time in a bottle Held captive … Continue reading Time In A Bottle – Ilerioluwa (senga)

by Stephen Ajadi

In Their Eyes

IN THEIR EYES Three little kids Crunching on stale salted biscuits Barefoot, they padded along the crowded street Sweaty grime on hungry faces Empty tummies grumbling in hollow places Unseen by the world they line in So they created their own world and living With stolen planks for bed Beside the putrid sewage is where … Continue reading In Their Eyes

Crossroad – continued

Katherine Audu Mohammed looked at his beautiful wife as she sat on the edge of the bed, one hand resting gently on her bulging pregnancy while the other played, with motherly affections with their 7year old daughter’s long black hair. The child has her mother’s beautiful profile and the smooth light skin common among her … Continue reading Crossroad – continued

The Crosser And Other Stories (Part One)

The Crosser And Other Stories (Part One)

I’ll tell you a story which you probably won’t believe, but I’ll tell anyways. Why? Because I am fortunate to be the one writing this and you, my friend, seem unable to stop yourself from reading it. If that is good fortune for you, well I can’t really say. What good thing I do know … Continue reading The Crosser And Other Stories (Part One)