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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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Dear Alex: Eulogy To My Departed Friend

Alex was many things to many, a son, a brother, a friend, a colleague, and to some others just another person that they knew but whatever he may have been to any of us, what I do know is that … Continue reading

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A World Without Peace – FAKOYA SALAMOT

Envision A world without peace The earth would puff and cough like an engine Tired of going any further She would seek her mother But where would she be? For she is in need In need indeed! Then she begins … Continue reading

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I Believe

I believe in the moon, stars and planets They bring peace to my heart I believe in stolen kisses and long hugs The remembrance of young love they associate with I believe in road trips and family dinners The sense … 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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Scars To My Beautiful Vol Two – SAMSON OLOYEDE ELPRINCIPE

My heart still bleeds My mind still fragile My soul still feeble Let my feelings flow through my keypads Scars were birthed to my Beautiful The decapitation of my mind A sweet smile on my face As I write the … Continue reading

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This Memory Must Be Sketched

Mazi  Ejike has departed us and this is too painful to bear. So on Saturday , hopefully the rains would be resting in the clouds , gazing down, silent at his funeral  and it wouldn’t forget to pay its last … Continue reading

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Pillow Talk

It was a sleepover, it started like any other normal one we’d had in the past. I was the only single person there so when they started loving up, I had to turn my music up.  Music goes everywhere with … 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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Musings Of A Heartbroken Girl 2

It’s almost a year since we broke up but for some reason everything still reminds me of you; my playlist, my lipsticks, my clothes and certain locations. At first I didn’t regret meeting and falling in love with you, but … Continue reading

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