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Bonnie And Clyde

I woke up that morning feeling listless and particularly homesick. It was August and the morning had fully unfurled out of the foggy night, with the painful sun piercing through the window panes and tearing the light curtains to strike … Continue reading

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Running To The City

It will be falsely presumed, if rather, I say that she had a certain powerful control over me. It too would mean that I hadn’t much of a choice in the matter. Also, it would definitely mean that I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Let’s Just Be Friends

You remember when we talked all night? Time isn’t easy on us really. How can love just die? Life is so fragile, it’s like I could cry. I promised I would never tell you just how I felt, but what … Continue reading

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Girl Crush

I will tell you about this girl I have a crush on. Most times my crushing heart is actually disappointed when my expectations of its recipient are not as I ideated it to be. It was a cold night, I … Continue reading

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Last Week Of September (Meeting Her) – SOLOMON UHIARA

It’s been 2 weeks since college graduation. My dad was incredibly gingered with the thought of having his son back from the higher institution as a graduate. I on the other hand felt I had tossed away five solid years … Continue reading

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Love Indeed – SAMUEL SOKALE

This is very unusual. I have been a resident of this district for years and not for once, have I been in a near condition to this, or envisaged a day like this. Its past an hour already, I still … Continue reading

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The Proposal

1st of August 1993,  Dear Busolami,  Fiyin came over today. We went out on a date at this fancy restaurant on the island. Of course you know it’s not the first time, oh and I forgot to add he made … Continue reading

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Love So Deep – AKINDELE-NELLY OLUWAFEMI

One Sunday afternoon after church, I was still seated with my clique. The fragrance from her hair filled the atmosphere just after she had walked past the door, my dilated pupils  gazing at her, thoughts ran through my head. She was … Continue reading

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The Bride, The Rapist And A Murderer

Her heart was thumping against her chest so loudly she was surprised none of the bridesmaids or the other women could hear the sound. She looked at the excited faces of the people milling around her and swallowed resignedly, they … Continue reading

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Better Left A Memory

I shut it out.  “I am not going to think of you,” I said to myself as I drove past Wendy’s on East Broad Street today. There was traffic and I was stuck there. Memories of you came in a … Continue reading

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