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The Morning Before

The atmosphere was charged with the disco lights bouncing off the walls of the largely spaced room in various colors while the air stood, stifled with alcohol, cigarette, sturdy brands of perfumes, and body sprays. And then, there were others;  sweats, body odors… We were like animals and the club was our jungle. I took the ice … Continue reading The Morning Before

The wedding scandal

Silence reigned. The clock struck eleven o’clock. A child dropped a spoon, the sound reverberating throughout the cathedral. Seun stared wide-eyed at the man walking down the aisle towards the altar. She was feeling hot and dizzy and it was a miracle she was still standing. This was every bride’s nightmare. Tade looked flummoxed. He … Continue reading The wedding scandal

A MAN’S THING (2 of 3)

Somehow, two weeks passed like minutes after their wedding and somehow, Bamigboye kept giving different excuses for not performing his emotional and physical duties to Gloria. His excuses appeared very understandable at first, but soon lost its strength of understanding due to the annoying continuity. Soon, Bamigboye was stiffly giving the flimsiest of excuses, such … Continue reading A MAN’S THING (2 of 3)


“Hello? I’M PREGNANT!!”

He was in shock – of all the times for her to display her nonchalance, she chose now, and with this? “But…I…we…” he stuttered. Silence. He heaved, and breathed out, slowly. He steeled his nerves a bit. “Are you sure?” “You, the guy, is asking me, the lady, if I’m sure. Of all the cliché questions…thought you’d be … Continue reading “Hello? I’M PREGNANT!!”

The Dream and the Dead

I smiled; things couldn’t be more perfect. Sun was high, the day was clear and i was saying my vows to the love of my life. There she stood, stunning in her white wedding gown, she shone so resplendently, almost incandescent. Her eyes were locked with mine, every muscle of her fair face twitching with … Continue reading The Dream and the Dead

Parenting As A Child – Welcoming Charles III

I recently had a child, a second and a boy. He came almost five years after the first, in spite of my dodging tactics. Now that he has come, I have been quite excited, the kind of tearful excitement you feel but cannot fully express. Somehow, the excitement is entirely different from what the majority … Continue reading Parenting As A Child – Welcoming Charles III

Independence Wedding

Independence Wedding

I fell in love with her the very first day we met.  It was not love at first sight; no, it was more of love sown at the first meeting. I had gone to the bank where she was attached as a Youth Corp member to open a new account.  As fate deemed it fit, … Continue reading Independence Wedding