Wholly Matrimoney #1

Wholly Matrimoney #6

Episode 1 Two red-letter days in my life – the day I met her and the day I lost her. “Her” is Morenike, or Nike as she is fondly known, the love of my life whom I lost on the day my appointment with Exxon Mobil was terminated. Perhaps you are thinking she died. Well, […]

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Blue Dandelions #1

It was 1908, the war had just ended. The little town which sat on a hill was slowly recovering. Sally Stone, daughter to Frederick and Emma Stone liked to pick flowers during her free time as it was an escape from the memories of the war and those that haunted her. Her daddy was lost to the war, […]

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Poetry: Feast of Disdain

feast of disdain

Beneath the throbbing sun rays Cascading all in her zestful angst, I sigh upon the fate of men and the days When all shall stand nigh death’s precipice, The cliff of life, and relentlessly thrust To the afterlife… few shall be at peace.   POETRY: Pain Demands To Be Felt   But now is that […]

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Ghostbusters: It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense

Coming from a movie that broke the record for most disliked trailer on YouTube, this was shockingly likeable. In fact, this movie would never have come to life if not for the resilience of Sony’s production team. From the get-go, everything was against this reboot. There were various online campaigns to stop Paul Feig and […]

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Commentary: Abraham Lincoln Lied!

Abraham Lincoln Lied! It was one of those unproductive days at work. In an effort to escape the frustration, I committed my thumb to its now customary pilgrimage, beginning from top to bottom of my phone, scrolling across my phone, as I skimmed at my Facebook newsfeed for anything worth reading, I got one: “Government […]

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Pain Demands To Be Felt

Heartbreak, abuse, bondage, sacred temples violated The suffering, rejection and loneliness planted When you want to live your life backwards, drown in the misery When you need the magic of a romantic fairy   She was 17 and he was younger, he promised to tell her by how much but he never woke up drunk […]

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Poetry: Oasis in the Desert

Poetry: Oasis in the Desert

It’s funny how I almost let you ruin me. Our love was like ‘final destination’. I already had a premonition that we were not going to last long. So all I wanted to do, was prove fate wrong. I just wanted to be someone you wanted, even if it meant not being myself. Every single […]

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