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.
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
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
Naomi closed her room door and slumped to the ground. Before she even hit the floor, the tears started to flow in uncontrollable torrents. It had finally happened — the day her sister would die. 2 years Naomi had dreaded this day and had warned Rebecca timeless times but Rebecca won’t listen. Rebecca had done so much … Continue reading Noami’s Suprise — Nenkinan Deshi’s Biblical Fiction Series Story #4
Nb - View pictures from down up Fear Paralysing fear keeping you in constant check Keeping you constantly on the edge Keeping you on the watch Hindering you from even the most natural things Fear Paralyzing fear You don't want to make friends all because of it You don't want to talk to people because … Continue reading Fear – Poetry
Hello guys, So in church I was listening to the sermon and I got inspired to write a fictional account of how Moses was saved and preserved. I title it ...SPECIAL “Miriam! Miriam! Mem! Mimi!” Miriam deliberately refused to answer her mother and act like she was asleep but as the shouts grew incessantly louder … Continue reading Special – A Story of how Moses was Saved
This is a sequel to my Christmas Story Sara’s Joy. To read Sara’s Joy Click Here. Josiah is Sara’s son. This is 33 years later and Sara is now 41. Josiah kept pushing through the crowd looking for an opening to peep and watch what was happening. His being small wasn’t helpful to him at … Continue reading Josiah’s Decision