Author Archives: MR. POSSIBLE

About MR. POSSIBLE

My name is Destiny Ogedegbe. I'm a promising lawyer in training, a perspiring teacher and a despairing optimist. I have a liking for art, music and writing. I believe in the fundamental interconnectedness of things; that True Love exists, that we are way better than people would have us believe. I am Mr. Possible; I'm the Scribbler!

The Graduate’s Story – True Life Experience Episode 6

Excerpt from episode 5: I thought I still had Ella until I noticed how carried away she was by the talks of this man. She laughed and was smug. I was angry and depressed at the same time as I … Continue reading

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The Graduate’s Story – True Life Experience Episode 5

Excerpt from episode 4: Tope and I still communicate once in a while. She still vows to wait for me no matter how long it takes. I know what happened was a mistake and it still remains a secret but … Continue reading

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The Graduate’s story – True Life Experience Episode 4

Excerpt from episode 3: The following day, I drove to pick Ella so we could go to church. She noticed I was not myself and she asked, “What is wrong Adeoluwa? You have been acting strange.” “I am pretty ill, … Continue reading

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The Graduate’s Story – True Life Experience Episode 3 

  Excerpt from Episode 2: I was so pleased to see everyone smiling and having a good time. I was busy with my phone and next thing, I looked up and I saw Ella coming my way. My heart beat … Continue reading

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The Graduate’s Story – True Life Story Episode 2

Excerpt from Episode 1: She then asked “Do you have water in the bathroom, I want to shower.” I then knew that night was going to be an intriguing one. I replied her low-toned “Yes there’s water in the bathroom. … Continue reading

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The Graduate’s Story – True Life Story Episode 1

  ​ My name is Adeolu. There’s a saying to the effect that “What can’t kill you only makes you stronger.” But this time, I don’t know how strong I will be coming out from this predicament that I have … Continue reading

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A Heart Like Mama’s

​The chickens had begun to take to their roosts as the sun gradually effaced to twilight and the bleating goats meandered through the yards to settle in the dusk of the day. We trudged along the bush paths back home. … Continue reading

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The Home Coming

The long limbs of twilight played a slow game of police-catch-thief with the last signs of daylight. The sun had not risen when he left Lagos.  A medley of bad roads which were a fixture of bloated government budgets, and … Continue reading

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A Letter To My Estranged Lover 

Dear ex, it’s been a while since I saw you. As I steered my steps homewards the other day, you were not within arm’s reach. Did you find the note that I wrote? I hid it in the seam of … Continue reading

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Where We Lost It

Nigeria is a foremost corrupt nation; this needs no proof, the world takes notice of it. However, several attempts have been exercised to abate corruption, still, my over-two- decade stay on earth has never seen a nation so diligent in … Continue reading

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