Hello guys, how you all doing. I really want to appreciate the members of Naijastories.com for their support in every way. since i joined this forum, it has being more fun as i got exposed to many more writings. I know you have seen quite a few of my writings but this one is very … Continue reading Crush
“A QUICK UNDERSTANDING REVIEW READING” Although this story is in continuation of my last story “DESTINED PATH: PART 1” but the perspective from which I wrote it from has changed. The previous was written as a narrative from Mathias(cute brain) while this is written as a narrative from Zainab. I hope you get it now … Continue reading Destined Path – Part 2
Episode 7: Farewell Its been three months now, and the court proceedings are still on going. Nkiru has been admitted willingly into a mental hospital and she attends the court’s trial sessions from there. Mama’s health has worsened and everyone has gotten to know that she has an inoperable cancer of the brain. Nneka’s husband … Continue reading Love Like A Fairytale (Finale/Episode 7: Farewell)
‘Jesus!’ I screamed silently as my hands clutched my boxers desperately. Then I didn’t know when impulsive tears began to roll out of my eyes like a flowing river. I slept around 4am. I was very sure I did, and in fact, it wasn’t really a sleep – it was something like a nap, I … Continue reading Mother!
I was fourteen, he could have been ninteen or twenty, I know there is a gap of about five to six years between us. I was wearing blue, I can’t remember what he was wearing nor who was there with us but I remember the intense way his eyes looked into mine and the rush … Continue reading Could I have missed the love of my life?
I can almost imagine the look of utter disbelief and shock on your face as you read this. Something tells me you will end up calling it a bluff but I want you to take me very serious this time. I mean every word. Don’t come after me. You won’t find me where I used … Continue reading This Bird Has Flown.
Tell her something that she will soon not remember. Words that will blow over her gently She would sway and then stagger ever so slightly To pleasant vocabulary which truly has no meaning. Though they be the most tired of repetitions -evidence of your disinterest to spare her a creative thought- This observation will concern her not As it is of less priority than … Continue reading Tell Her Something Sweet
In the Village of “Ufedo”, Eniafe went on a mission to find the woman that will be the father of his kids. He planned to name his kids not minding if they were all boys or girls as Ifunnanya, Feranmi and Inasonki. He was due for marriage and so the village priest called him … Continue reading The Journey Of Love (True Love)…
I need someone Who’ll wear my love like a band Not on the finger of any hand But on her forehead like the Indians She’ll wear it as a necklace Bold, beautiful & fair Like the silver brooch In her windblown hair It’ll sing around her feet Anklets of gold so clear And whisper words … Continue reading Insignia
“I had to meet you here today There’s just so many things to say Please don’t stop me ’til I’m through This is something I hate to do We’ve been meeting here so long I guess what we done, oh was wrong Please darlin’, don’t you cry Let’s just kiss and say goodbye… The words … Continue reading This Time It’s Over
Written a few weeks ago while at breakfast, I had just gotten off the phone with my mum and was worried. She had just gotten over a bout of malaria “I am fine now, I did not want you to worry” she said. I was out of the country for work, the waiter looked at … Continue reading Mummy
Come home love, And quick the drops waiting To full love; the birds cease Merry, because in silence our Love hid and it’s not free. Come home the love cherish I, And wake the morning flowers With your love, your love Let the gentle rains, making Tender the flowers to show Colors to God of … Continue reading Come Home.
–From my heart to yours–Gboyega Otolorin–June 2011. He walked up to Charity Said to her ‘I love you’ Because he wanted to prove a point Because they told him he couldn’t get her They told him Charity was a church sister Who always said her virginity Would go to her husband Her earthly … Continue reading I Love You.
NB This is a HALF-fiction The year is 2016. And Hajia Yeye Lolo is the winner of the Endless Emotions Challenge. It was a ¥4500-prize, 900-word NaijaStories contest judged by Chimamanda Adichie, Toni Kan and Helon Habila. However, Hajia Yeye Lolo is not her real name. In fact, she is not a she. He is … Continue reading Blinding Love
Up in the Air is a 2009 movie starring George Clooney. The movie follows Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) who goes around the world firing people. I didn’t really know that type of job existed. Like, what’s the need hiring someone to fire someone. Why not use the money for the firer to pay the firee … Continue reading The Parenthesis