Enoch dashed into the house, changed into comfy shorts and a tee shirt and was about rushing out as quickly as he rushed in when he heard his mother shout and tell him not to forget his lunch box again. Enoch quickly turned and got the lunchbox and then continued running till he reached the … Continue reading Enoch’s Conviction – A story of childlike faith built into conviction The Biblical Stories that time forgot fiction series #6
Hello squada! Happy Valentines day! I actually wrote this for a valentines contest I didn't win but enjoy all the same and be inspired to love again. Sometimes Love is but a Game Sometimes, love is just a game you play, And only wish you could win. Most times you lose, and with every loss, … Continue reading Short Story – Sometimes Love is but a game. Valentines 2018 special.
A message to the broken heart that is scared of trying again.
Before I start HAPPY NEW YEAR Cheesy topic! Haha! I know! Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Blog Post Monthly the first for 2018 (actually a reprise of the last for 2017). It’s going to be an enthralling journey with you this wonderful year. This month, we shall once again talk about Living outside the Box. … Continue reading Don’t Think Outside the Box – Live Outside The Box Reprise
Hosea laughed hard at his friend Tamar’s face when she noticed he had found her and had been looking at her for some time while she thought she was safely hiding in a ‘smart spot’. They were playing a game of hide and seek and Tamar was getting frustrated because Hosea always seemed to predict … Continue reading Hosea’s Adventure
A Recipe for being Phenomenal.
This was actually my non-winning entry for the Afreada × African Writes contest! Enjoy it sha In this country, a boss should always be bald and have a big belly. My uncle isn’t bald, he hasn’t got a big belly, and you don’t realise, the first time you see him that he’s the actual boss … Continue reading Short Story Fiction – Uncle Dauda – The Mysterious Rich Man
Red to me is not the colour of love Red is a colour too tough and harsh a colour too bold Red speaks of extremes; of erotic unrequited love That can all easily turn to hatred like a flip switch Yes red is the colour of hatred too and enmity and danger Of War … Continue reading Blue Is the Colour of Love – Spontaneous Poetry
Good Day Fam, Once again its blog post monthly!!! Wow so fast It's first week of November already! Christmas vibes are already in the air. So this month I'm writing something different. I'm writing a personal post - sharing my testimony of how God has kept me through 5 years of pain. Sit down, relax … Continue reading FIVE YEARS LIMPING – FIVE LESSONS FROM EXCRUCIATING PHYSICAL PAIN
A Reminder to always be fair in judging matters