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Bangdadadang!

    from providr.com     Eye Contact   In my twelfth year on earth, I found out that my mother could be wrong; that she wasn’t always right.   When I was 9 years old, my mother called me into her room. It is the room she stays on nights when my father would be with his other wives. My mother’s turn was always on Thursdays; you could tell

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Why U No Struggle?

I don’t know whether it’s the pregnancy hormones or something else but I’ve been crying since early this evening,  over something that my brain tells me is not logical to cry over. So, this morning while I was cleaning the house, I saw a weird insect on the wall. I get excited when I see insects because I love killing insects with insecticide. There’s a rush I feel when I’m

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Short and Quick

The doctor said it was short and quick; that you felt no pain. He thought he was telling me comforting words, but they were like gravel being hurled at me.  ‘A quick bullet to the back of his head’, they said. ‘He couldn’t have anticipated it’  Bu they don’t know how much of a planner you loved to be. You hated uncertainty and always tried to predict every factor in

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Several Hands

I listened to a young lady eulogize her late friend and it touched me. Here goes: “Kemi always liked DIY. She is…or was the most crafts-y and artistic person I have known . She made her own bed sheets, cooked foods you’ll only find in restaurants, made every present she ever gave and re-used every old material or jeans or whatever. Going to her room was always like a treasure

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On O’s

On Official I warned my husband that I was going to fire him at work today.  He laughed and said ‘Babe, learn to be official’ Now, they have seized my pistol and are trying to resuscitate my husband. I’m just happy I took his advice and mirandized him before I asked him to put his hands up.. Before I shot him.   On Overweight My mother would say:  ‘If only

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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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They Don’t Know…

“Come on, shut up there!!” That was about the 20th time I was hearing that sentence. I was wearing out and my strength was beginning to fail me. I looked past the two strong-faced guys in front of me in the dingy room and sighed. All I wanted to do was get home. Just that morning, I was walking down my street kicking a stone and thinking about what happened

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I Don’t Remember What I Wrote…

I actually don’t.  I got back home late last night and had to work on some other things (and pray 😀 ) Anyway, I dozed off praying when I got nudged by the spirit of this website. It gently but firmly told me, ‘You have not written today’. I replied (in my mind), ‘But I don’t even have internet data to post what I write.’ And the spirit of the

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Ehud Gera

Prompt: Feb 18 Far from Normal Many of us think of our lives as boringly normal, while others live the high life. Take a step back and take a look at your life as an outsider might. Now tell us six unique, exciting or just plain odd things about yourself.  ——- Hey! My name is Ehud Gera and you most likely have never heard or read about me. I feature

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Erm… Wait, What?

Prompt: Feb 16 The clock Write about anything you’d like. Somewhere in your post, include the sentence ‘I heard the car door slam and I immediately looked at the clock’ September 9, 2015.  High Court, Ikeja ‘Please state your name for the court records’ ‘Elisa Elizabeth Eli’ Would you swear by the Bible or Quoran?’ ‘Are you kidding me? Did you hear any of my names?’ ‘That was unnecessary. Hand

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