If I were to fall in love, It would have to be with you. Your eyes, your smile, The way you laugh, The things you say and do. Take me to the places, My heart never knew. So, if I were to fall in love, It would have to be with you. If I were … More Poem: IF I WERE TO FALL IN LOVE
A baby is born on a plane from Lagos – why would a woman take such a risk? … More A baby is born on a plane from Lagos – why would a woman take such a risk?
A Private Experience:
Two women caught up in a violent street riot take shelter in an abandoned shop. … More A Private Experience
Half of a Yellow Sun is a novel by the Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Published in 2006 by Knopf/Anchor, it tells the story of the Biafran War through the perspective of the characters Olanna, Ugwu, and Richard. … More Review: Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda
Your tv is so big, but guess what else is big 😉 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . your head!
Six humans trapped by happenstance In bleak and bitter cold. Each one possessed a stick of wood Or so the story’s told. Their dying fire in need of logs The first man held his back For of the faces round the fire He noticed one was black. The next man looking ‘cross the way Saw … More Poem: The Cold Within!
An unseasonal rain was falling, threatening to shred the flowers in his hands to pieces. The roads that had been reduced to a series of rock-hard ruts and potholes during the long dry span were slowly being transformed into slippery ooze. They looked bad, as if carved out during the tumultuous era of erupting volcanoes … More Pants down!
Hi people. I’m the new girl in the ‘wild ventures’ team! Let me just copy paste this nice old borrowed poem since i’m lazy today! “As I lay cozy all snug in my bed I enjoy the imagination inside my head Until I hear racked beside my bed It’s my 5:00 alarm! I quickly silent … More Poem: My Freaking Alarm
I know how it is—we all want to be mysterious. None of us want to get hurt. None of us want to look desperate. So we wait to respond to texts, phone calls, emails, Facebook messages, Tweets. So we communicate our emotions in how we end our messages. So we say vague, half-statements and expect … More Let’s tell them before we die…