Thursday, August 17, 2017
‘First step to moving on from your past life to a new life 101- get rid of emotions, kill them, burn them and bury them.’ I scribbled into the new diary I’d gotten for myself. “Fasten your seatbelts please.” The...
I stood there and stared at my mother, she stared back at me while the tenants stood there, waiting with bated breaths for me to be sent back to where I was coming from. "Mummy, I have changed." I said...
From the moment I walked in through the door of Kanyinsola’s house, I could tell that her mother didn’t like me. I stood there, staring about the house like a little hawk while Kanyinsola hugged her parents and siblings. “I’ve...
I apologize for the delay again, I'm still having internet issues. I wore the sexiest outfit in my closet, it was the outfit I’d picked out for my engagement party- an event that never held. I stared at myself in...
Kambili caught her reflection in the full-length mirror and was instantly moved to tears. She had chosen an ivory gown for her wedding dress which boasted of intricate embroidery and a full skirt. Her friends who made up her bridal...
“This is unacceptable!” Kanyinsola said to me. “C’mon Kanyinsola, what in the world are you thinking? Your dad asked for my number just in case he had a job for me and I, in turn asked for his. When I...
The water that touched my skin was cold and I shivered as it washed the surface skin of all impurities. I stood in the bathroom and thought of the things I've done over the past weeks. I was still in Kanyinsola's house and each...
My neighbours were a bunch of borrowers and rip-offs. On my first night in my apartment, they’d knocked, one after the other to introduce themselves to me. I had received them courteously, trying to play the very jovial neighbour...
At that moment, I wished with all my heart that I was a vampire or a magician of some sort, at least, I’d be able to vanish into thin air without leaving a trace. I was just about to...
My bags were packed and I couldn’t wait to leave but something pulled me back. It was my conscience. It was telling me that I’d done wrong to my friend and her family by taking advantage of their kindness. ‘You...

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