I watched as Aunty Chichi giggled and laughed hysterically, I could hear the sirens from a distance. Someone had definitely called the police. “You thought you were better than me, okwia?” Aunty Chichi spoke to no one in particular amidst laughter, I was scared that she would repeat the tale she had said several times … More Pseudo-whisper: A short story.
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And it dropped, she felt her heart race, how on earth was she to explain to Ayo that she had allowed it slip from her hands? She was not a fan of voodoo but the instructions had been specific from the witch doctor. “Do not let it fall, if it does…
So I took a random stroll through some of my old and recent posts. And here’s what I came up with – a collection of my very own picture quotes. Like words that I wrote out from my heart ramblings at some point in time. Anyways, that’s not exactly the point. Read the quotes, feel … More Catch some dose of inspiration. 😀
You know it’s funny how everyone is quick to talk about achieving greatness and being superb and all that. I totally endorse it though, but I think there’s an issue that should be addressed alongside, Self-love. Now I don’t mean self-love in the sense of you being obsessed with your ego and refusing criticisms … More Baby, you should love yourself. 😍
You see, the problem with being a writer is sometimes thoughts can bubble within you and engulf you so much that it consumes you. You are exhumed by the rush that comes with it, but the problem is if you don’t get pen to paper, or fingers to keypad immediately, the rush can evaporate soon … More What are you really hungry for?
This evening as I walked home, I had a slight not so serious encounter with a lady. She was driving a Toyota Camry car, I only got to see the car model when she drove off. Now believe it or not, it seemed as if every driver on the road was suddenly driving a Camry. … More Chasing the air
So I’m not sure if I mentioned being involved in so many random writing gigs last year. All these was done without a functional phone or laptop, the problem now is I don’t have soft or hard copies of most of my work, sadly, nearly all of them. I’ve been trying to retrieve those I … More My Pharmacy Story