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Beauty and the Best

My husband and I are celebrities in our own world because everywhere we go, people follow us with their eyes. We cannot walk into a mall or on the beach or even in church without receiving donations of curious stares. The reason is obvious; I am extremely beautiful and my husband is not as handsome as others would like him to be. We first met during one of my modelling

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My Baby’s Baby

Yesterday was a very stressful day for me. From beginning to the end. Before I found out that my husband was cheating on me, I had woken up with a terrible headache and I discovered that I had drooled all over the pillow. Stripping the pillow off its case, my eyes caught the corner where my husband keeps his laptop bag. Empty. I dropped the pillow case and pick up

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Yellow Pineapples

‘Come here Dorothy’, my mother said. She sounded like she was about to birth pearls of wisdom through her mouth.  I dragged the stool and squatted my long body on it, feeling the hard contrast of the wood on my buttocks.  ‘Take this pineapple and eat it’, she said offering me a slice of extremely yellow and delicious looking pineapple.  I stretched my hand with the curiousity of a cat

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Need I Say More?

I stumbled upon a sheet of paper in my sister’s room today. I was looking for a document I believed I had left on her reading table and so I kept opening every sheet of paper on the table. She was going to be at choir rehearsals for the whole night so I could not have waited for her to get back. This paper had been detached from one of

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Or What?

‘Get out of my way’ he said,  As he push her out of their bed Crawling back on her knees, she asked,  ‘Lord is this my husband or another as he, masked?’  *** ‘Get out of my way!‘ he yelled  As she clenched her fists; her anger he fueled  But move, she did for she had learned, That a husband’s anger must have been earned  *** ‘Get out of my

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R v. Smith

*just because I’m studying for my Law of Evidence test which is to hold tomorrow*   This is my re-imagination of the case, R v. Smith. In secondary school, all my friends used to call me Smooth and I loved it. Although I could never let my mom hear them call me that, I indulged them as riskily as I could. My dad, if he had found out that instead

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In Crisis: Feranmi & Dr. Susan

Prompt: Jan 17 In a Crisis Honestly evaluate the way you respond to crisis situations. Are you happy with the way you react?     How We Met: Feranmi   You know the saying ‘I bless the day I found you’? Well, sometimes I’m confused as to whether I bless the day I met Susan or not. I have sickle cell anaemia and I never really grew up thinking that

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Clean Slate 

Prompt: January 13  Clean Slate Explore the room you’re in as if you’re seeing it for the first time. Pretend you know nothing. What do you see? Who is the person who lives there? Our elders probably never said That the best way to look Is to unlook Or that the best way to see Is to shut your eyes I stand here in a white long dress, in the

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32 Flavors

Prompt: January 10 32 Flavors Vanilla, Chocolate, or something else entirely     ‘For my birthday, I would like to have ice cream in 32 flavors’ she said weakly, as he sat by her hospital bed. He watched the nurse give her a shot of insulin and waited for her to leave the room. ‘Only 32 flavors eh?’ He said and pulled her cheek. ‘Yup. Only. I could take a

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Lara and Mr Hopes

How we met: by Lanre I cannot exactly say the point when we officially met. Honestly. All I know is that I was at some special church program with serious hopes of seeing my ex and Lara was seated beside me. In the middle of the program, she yawned, shook her head and said, ‘Are you not hungry and bored?’ I was taken aback and amused but I gave a

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