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‘Madam that’s how you just left us; well done o. Bros good evening o’ a female voice said ‘I’m sorry Esther; I lost track of time. Wait for me now’ Anaya said. She...
He hated to leave his room on a day like this. After days of rainfall, the sun shone to searing levels, baking the earth and its inhabitants. This was the ray of hope he needed to...
In the garden there was you and there was me Everything was perfect in between…….. ...
Sounds from both rooms met at the doorway and each tried to fight for the listening room. Finally, he said to his younger neighbour; ‘Timi reduce the volume of your song, you...
It’s been 3 days since I heard my mom and her sister planning to send me away. I could not sleep and I decided to just walk around the house in the middle of the night, I heard...
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My first love. He was one that had so much potential and so much grace, when I first met him, he was young, I was younger. He was promising so I kept thinking about our future...
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Today is another day I will spend alone. I am grateful for the rest, yesterday was my recital, so today I am totally free. I am exhausted from the daily practice after school. The...
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By Joshua Okpanachi She sobbed as he spoke. His words were meaningless because she could hardly hear anything he said. She muttered the letters “H…I…” The sobs...
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By Oreva Ode-Irri I have a crush on you. I don’t believe this is the type that lasts a few seconds or the one that comes in a rush fading adrenaline-like energy. No, this is...
By Inioluwa Moses We lost the only son and heir to my father’s dynasty – the only boy in a family of 4 children. My only brother… The events leading up to his death are...
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