Read previous installment here. James didn’t say a word. He still couldn’t comprehend what was going on so he resorted to silence. His thought was that whatever hallucination he was having would fade away with time as long as he didn’t acknowledge it. As he stared in silence waiting for everything to come back to … Continue reading Shut-Court #5
Welcome to the new month my lovelies! And lets just ignore the fact that I've been MIA for an entire week, without any explanation what so ever. Hehe. Truth is, I was feeling quite unmotivated. There was nothing in particular that drained my creative juices, it was just that I was a little bit distracted … Continue reading Hello April!
I hate my life right now. This, this is the height of it. I'm soaked. I'm cold, my feet hurt! I just wish I could punch someone! I hate this so much. Ugh! Within Flo's head, emotions raged. The anger that brewed within her resambled the booming thunder that sounded around her, the howling wind … Continue reading The Adventures of Flo : A Night in the Rain #45
Thirteen years old now and I still face the same exact problem I faced when I first arrived here at age six. You expect that after a while, it will all stop. They will get used to you or get bored, and get obsessed over some other foreigner. But no, their jeers had been consistent … Continue reading FlashFic : The True Picture
Let it flow. Let great drops cascade and refresh my soul. Spread out In the expanse Acres of arid land, Thirsty for the rain. The heat It feels as if I am sealed in A plastic pag Suffocating as I break through I hear the cackle Optimistic that it's thunder But it's not the … Continue reading Poem: Parched
Read previous installment here. On the elevated stage, James saw a mysterious patch of light. He looked up at the dangling spotlights peeking out of wads of old stage curtains and was shocked to discover that the light was not, as he had imagined, being emitted by one of the old spotlights. The light was, … Continue reading Shut-Court #4
Ola amigos! I welcome you warmly to another edition of Reviews: where I ramble on about movies, books and topics from all walks of life. Today, I will be reviewing... Blog posts. (Not really) Rather than "reviewing" them, what I will be doing today is more on the side of sharing. As much as I … Continue reading Blogging Post Review: Look What I Found.
Have you ever imagined what it's like growing up as the last child of nineteen children? I know. Salutations, dear Purplers and welcome to this new post. Today, I'm going to be telling you guys a little story about my ernoumous african family. My family is a polygamous family: one daddy, two mummies. Some people … Continue reading Story Time: My BIG Family.
From my twenty-four years of consciousness, I have learnt that our experiences are relative. No two people in two similar situations experience the same exact thing. There is variety in life. People come from different backgrounds and cultures and it is when we breech these walls of diversity that we truly experience empathy: When we … Continue reading Musings: Same In Our Diversity
Flower (Korola) Jiya was the last born and only girl in her family. Her eldest brother, Yakubu was ten years older than her and was married with children all the way in Suleja. Kolo, who was five years her senior had taken up permanent resident in her parents house, doing nothing productive with his life. … Continue reading The Adventures of Flo: Le Familia #44