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Temi’s Epiphany

He was finally in Enugu. With bated breath, he typed. Hello. Temi had seen the small green light beside the username which indicated that he was online, but noticed that

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Sugar Flowers and Buttercream

When the governor of my state brought his workmen and construction trucks to demolish some parts of the street I live in, in a bid to expand it as part

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One Too Late

Muna is a fine gentleman. When I look at him, I feel like God looked into my heart and designed him just the way I have grown to like my

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The Lies You Told

You listen to the sounds of the evening: the crickets chirping, the frogs croaking, the birds’ evensong. You drown your feelings in the peace you get only from nature. Peace

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AN ACCEPTABLE TOGETHER

“HELP!” I want to scream all the time, but I’m not quite sure who would hear my cry. It’s a feeling of dread, a pang in my chest, a never-ending

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PROMISES, PROMISES

It is a beautiful balmy afternoon, the sun banished behind the cumuli of clouds that is preserving the pleasant coolness in the atmosphere. As you step out onto the street,

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The Siren Call

There is a wisdom that comes from having your heart broken more times than the number of beers you’ve downed in your lifetime. It’s like Archimedes and the damned crown.

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Animated Erotica: One Night In A Bar

I just started following a tumblr account that produces animated erotica. And boy, is whoever the artist good. I shall be posting more of his works as often as he

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A World Of Men Looking For Love

Yemi wanted love – or so he called it in his head – but every day, he woke up to a world that judged the kind of love he wanted.

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ALL THE KING’S MEN

I was seventeen when Akin moved in with us. He was two years older, stocky and handsome with glistening dark skin that made him stand out even amongst other dark