Monthly Archives: February 2018

Kiss Me Through The Phone – ELISHA SEYITAN

I wonder what have become of the present day relationships We no longer wait for those carefully beautifully written letters of our loved ones They have been replaced with instant messaging Those letters reflected true emotions You do not need … Continue reading

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Uncle Nana – OKAFOR OZIOMA

I rushed home tired and famished after a long day at school. All I craved now was shower, good food, my neatly laid bed and peace and quiet. But what I met at home was a far cry from peace … Continue reading

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In Wait

You who are in the black pit drowning Letting the salty water take you and your bones under Your soul is trapped in the beyond You scream aloud, foaming your mouth You drain colorful tears and as the swirling dancing … Continue reading

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The Watchman – OGBEWE FAMOUS AMADIN

Ex Captain, Marcus Keyamo prepared a small arsenal for his mission. His Kevlar vest embraced him. Decked in all black full body armour, he was ready to melt into the night. β€œThe night is for the watchman.” his squad leader … Continue reading

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