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Lousy Joints

My granddad dislikes rainfall. Not just it, he dislikes everything that comes with it; the chilly breeze, the mist, everything. He hates the fact that he has to be reminded once more of the leaking roof that never quits dripping … Continue reading

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A Letter To Her – ALABI AYOMIDE

Hey you, yes you! It was an amazing journey with you but it was also the longest eighteen months of my life. Yes I know it wasn’t bad at first, but then came the nagging, the continuous shouting then of … Continue reading

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A Date With The Beasts – M.M. SULEIMAN

  The wind stood still. Somehow the trees still danced, the palm trees waved from one direction to the other, as though they listened to a jazzy beats played by the bland weather. Kasuwa was full that day, it was … Continue reading

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James: The Proposal – ADEKANBI ADEMOLA M

It was the evening of Christmas Eve, the sun has crawled to its abode leaving the stage for the moon and stars to light the path of the creatures and creations. PHCN as usual had seized the light but the … 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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Estella – GODWAYNE AYOMIDE OGU

My pen was drifting swiftly across the breadth of my notebook with my legs, crossed; the left knee lying below the right. My eyes were fixed on this page. I sat there in the bus, unable to sense any of the … Continue reading

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The Chain Series: Could Have Been Somebody’s Son

The night was unusually dark and the moon was nowhere in sight as the woman opened the door of the mud hut and stepped into the darkness. Except for the chirping of the night birds and insects, there was no … 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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Is Experience The Best Teacher? – IFE OWOEYE

Experience they say experience is the best teacher. Some think otherwise. Well, I personally believe that experience is the best teacher. We humans most times don’t see things as they are. Sometimes we choose to not read the writings on the … Continue reading

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The Chain Series: Diary Of A Submissive (18+)

Cuffs, whips, paddles, riding crops….what does he not use on me? No, don’t get me wrong. I am not complaining. I love it. The pain, exhilarating pleasure, suspense, thrill, sexiness amongst others cannot even been compared with what every other … Continue reading

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