Fiction & Poetry Writing

Poetry || Of Lies Doctors Tell

Of Lies Doctors Tell

Of Lies Doctors Tell Doctors are unfortunately liars The one who promised the injection wouldn’t hurt and it would be swift – but the needle said otherwise The buttocks know the story of the pain The one that promised Uncle B was fine and would soon be discharged – but two days after had death …

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Blogging Writing

Flash Fiction: Falling

falling

“Temisan.” Mother whispered. “Hmm?” “Temisan wake up.” I reluctantly opened my eyes and saw she was out of the bed, looking out through the window. “My God.” She said. “Mama what is it?” She came over to my side. “Remember son, you must be strong at all times.” “Mama what’s going on?” She pushed me …

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Fiction & Poetry Writing

Poetry || New Beginnings

new beginnings

From my window, I see disorder across the road, grownups fighting over issues children shouldn’t; clothes being ripped punches thrown, peace being disturbed and yet from a tree on this same road, an egg breaking, an anxious mother gleeful as the young one popped out. Yet again in the midst of chaos, peace can be …

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Fiction & Poetry Writing

Flash Fiction || Head Quarters

“Jerome don enter!” “Run for your lives!” Wigs were grabbed, underwear retrieved as each of the seven girls struggled to vanish from sight. “Where’s Hanifa?” Light skinned Chinwe asked me when we were back safely in our rooms, panting from the race we just had up the stairs. “Chisos!” I had totally forgotten about the …

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Blogging Musings & Personal

11 Thoughts At 11 O’Clock

Loading… Kindly fill out this survey if you are yet to. It takes just about one minute. Thanks! 1. People seem to be so good at analyzing the problems present in their country of residence, in Nigeria for example. But why is it so hard to provide solutions and work on them then? 2. I’m …

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