If you haven’t read the previous episode, please click episode 13 Continuation….. The next morning, I woke up in the arms of uncle Sam. I hadn’t realized we had cuddled up while sleeping. I slowly moved away from him but as soon as I got up, he woke up. He looked at the wall clock just … Continue reading Forbidden Love (episode 14)
I was beatified on the same day Sister Irene ‘Nyaatha’ Stefani became ‘Blessed’. While Blessed Irene Stefani began her journey to sainthood, I began mine to slut-hood. The only thing I share with Blessed Irene Stefani is Roman Catholicism and seven-frilled habits. Habits are religious cloths you moron, you can say dresses if you are … Continue reading Blessed Virgin Merry
I knew who you were before my eyes knew sight. At the very moment from my cell-lined carriage i did alight; I knew you, as the thorn knows its rose; It must have been your calm… It called to me I suppose. I knew you, needless of any introduction The love echo cocooning me … Continue reading I Heard You
Henrietta Adams is a young lady, a Christian. The time was a quarter past one in the morning when she started to hear screams from her neighbor’s apartment. She listened more carefully, and then discovered thieves had broken into her neighbor’s apartment and they were being robbed. Fear gripped her tightly like a bad vice; … Continue reading The Grey Area On The Spectrum Of Right And Wrong
She’s been beating the sheets with the milkman While her loving husband is off, ranching away in the sun For them both to revel later at evenfall Even at week ten, the baby is still kicking With an anti-pill vest, basking Putting the curette and chemists to shame Now she comes seeking … Continue reading Break A Sweat
This revolution must be publicized, because clean is the innocence on those babies’ eyes, and the infant things fight to rise like the morning sun, to find where life settles cool. This revolution must be publicized; steel consciences forge dead hearts, to stumble their coming rise! This revolution must be publicized; dusk wait plenty, and … Continue reading This Revolution Must Be Publicized.
Weep oh world wrapt in woes Thou unto thyself hast matched on thy toes Tottering and toddling, man bemused poised For his morrow hast he from bud nipped Of it in my thought to think ‘ve pondered The sprouting sowed seed beneath still strangled In it’s spirit’s light-longings bereft Of life to live lynched, in … Continue reading Tears in my Heart
A Fresh Look at the Nigerian laws And Cultures. Many true life child abandonment scenarios: A new born baby is found abandoned in the bush. A new born baby is found dead in an old pit toilet. A new born baby wrapped in a leather bag and dropped off on the road is crushed to … Continue reading Abortion – a Better Alternative to Child Abandonment?
My heart beat loudly in my chest as I saw him come in. I tried to smile but it seemed as if the muscles in my face were revolting against me. “Good morning sir,” my voice croaked out in greeting. I felt my boyfriend’s gaze but was in no mood to return his gaze and … Continue reading Life and Death
An egg and a tadpole came together to bring me into being one stormy night. The result of sweet nothings and false promises , sweet deceit and the folly of youth and the heat of lust. A young innocent teenage girl born into poverty and the sweet promises of a Sugar Daddy, wiser in the … Continue reading ABORTION : Silent Screams…
We approached the senate floor, a crowd of sweaty students dressed in our night clothes, armed with tree branches and leaves, singing our aluta songs,”…solidarity forever/ solidarity forever/ we shall always fight for our rights!” Our entrance into the senate building was forced, and as we crammed into the small space, the general consensus was … Continue reading Cross Roads