• Lade wrote a new post, Omoboja (2) 8 years ago

    Things might have continued indefinitely like this if not for an event that changed everything. The king of Ajilenko peacefully passed on to join his ancestors in the hereafter. The whole village had their normal […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, The Star 8 years ago

    He stared at the screen, trying to make sense of the figures on it, same thing he had been trying to do for the past three hours. For some reason his mind was not cooperating, something strange was going on in his […]

  • I wrote this a couple of years ago for a friend’s political journal. Just decided to post it. Hope y’all like.

    Nigeria is really a theater of the absurd. With all the comedy we live through, it’s no wonder we […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, Omoboja (6) 8 years ago

    In all these, the change of mood that had come over their king did not lift. The only one capable of bringing happiness to his face was his Omoboja and now he hardly left her side except to attend to village […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, Not Yet Goodbye 8 years ago

    I remember the first time I knew you were inside me. It was early in the morning and I had just puked my guts out. I mentally counted backwards and sitting there on the bathroom floor, raised wide eyes to your dad […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, Omoboja (the End) 8 years ago

    Another horror that shook the village even more than all the other horrors awaited the people in the morning. The king was discovered hanging in his room! He had taken his own life! It was unheard of! A man take […]

  • Another grim smile, then the gun moved slightly and this time the barrel came to rest, pointing squarely at his mother. With his hand unwavering, Jaiye sat down and looked for long moments at his mother. Despite […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, My Muses 8 years ago

    This was inspired by Jaywriter and Paul asking Abby to be their muse.
    It’s as i said – Everything inspires me. Hope y’all like . . . .

    When I decided to start writing, I knew I would need a muse; that after […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, The Taxi Driver 8 years ago

    Helen stood up slowly, gently easing out the stiffness in her body as she stretched. She had finally finished the report she had been working on for the past few days. As she lowered her arms, her eyes went to the […]

  • Lade wrote a new post, I Love You 8 years ago

    I’m taking a break from stories today to talk about the latest fad in town – I LOVE YOU! Do people really think telling someone ‘I love you’ actually makes the person go all yummy and allows you score points???!!! […]

  • Lade commented on the post, Onyx 8 years ago

    Comment reserved till Part 2 . . . .

  • Lade commented on the post, Thorn 8 years ago

    Now I’m staring at my hands, hoping – no thorns. Thank God!

  • I don’t read certain Terms and Conditions like Gmail, Mtn, NS etc because I actually have only two choices – accept & be a user or don’t accept & don’t be a user. Very easy choice to make.
    I also believe NS Admin […]

  • Lade commented on the post, The Taxi Driver 8 years, 1 month ago

    Thank you all so much.
    This is one of the very first stories i wrote when i decided to take writing seriously. It is very heartwarming and encouraging to see it so well received.
    (ok, that sounds very […]

  • adams and Profile picture of LadeLade are now friends 8 years, 2 months ago

  • @kaycee, some writers hear voices regularly. At least i do. All those muses clamoring to be heard, lol.

  • Emmanuella, i have missed reading your posts. Don’t stay away too long, okay?

  • @abby, my long lost sister! I’ve missed you. Why did you disappear on us? How have you been?

  • Lade commented on the post, Temptress 8 years, 2 months ago

    Wow! I was totally caught up in this. Drooling like the men in your poem.
    (does that mean i have repressed lesbianic yearnings? Lol)

  • Hahahahaha!
    When faced with an offer like that after all the plenty suffering, God’s call begins to seem more and more like a figment of your imagination. I don’t blame the guy o.

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