He watched with admiration from his balcony as she stormed into the building. There was something about how vivacious she walked today. It seemed as though she was a combination of the storm and the whirlwind – fiercely attractive, a little bit terrifying he would say, but all that didn’t break his resolve to want … More Impaled heart
Exercise is good. Practice makes perfect they say. Life has thrown me into boxes and corners that has left me underutilising the writing muscle. This week, with the help of some good friends who provided writing cues, I played around with the cues to come up with these short posts. Enjoy! Hopefully, I should be … More Flexing the writing muscle again.
Dear Hero, Don’t smile cause I never actually called you that in real life. I might not have said that four-letter word to you, but there’s no argument to the fact that you’re one superhero God used to groom me. And not just me of course. Today makes it 5 years dad. Five years just … More A letter to my superhero.
“I had been mama’s boy. Do not misinterpret me, I was not the only child of my parents neither was I the only son. I had four siblings and no, I was not the last child of the family if you are beginning to think that. I was the third child of my parents but … More JUST ONE
Ovie took a second look at her facebook chat. This time, she took her time and stared with scrutiny. How could her uncle ask her to send him naked pictures of her? Not that he was her biological uncle. But over the years, he had become family and had been regarded as such. She … More Oh baby! Send me ya nudes.
-11- The doctor was still on the phone, I wondered what could be the issue? She caught my eyes, “do you mind me leaving you alone here for some minutes? I have to get to the lab.” “No problem,” I replied. I guess I needed the time alone. “Fine, I’d also inform your parents that … More Oju Yobo: Episode 11 (The Finale)
-10- “My dear, we never actually truly know what we are ready for. I wasn’t ready to be a mother too. But I have no regrets whatsoever about my daughter. I thank God for her daily and I wonder what my life would have been like without her. I’m married today and my husband loves … More Oju Yobo: Episode Ten
-9- “Well, I guess it will be unfair to them.” I replied honestly. “Exactly, it’s the same. Jesus died on the cross so that we would be saved. But ignoring it is basically ignoring the life he sacrificed on the cross. It’s like telling God to eat his love and allow us perish. It’s like … More Oju Yobo: Episode Nine
-8- The doctor had left her seat and had positioned herself beside me. She held my hands and I simply allowed her. “I once thought God didn’t exist. When I was a teenager, I stayed with my aunt for a while because my parents were in the hospital. They had both fallen ill and had … More Oju Yobo: Episode Eight
-7- “I could have HIV?” I asked, afraid of the response the doctor would give me. She reclined again. “Well, that’s another possibility. But I wasn’t even heading towards that end.” she smiled. I could not tell if it was the smile that calmed my nerves or if it was her response. A part of … More Oju Yobo: Episode Seven