Category Archives: Storytelling


I don't know anythingIf you're not whom I knowI don't have a perceptionIf you're not my point of viewI don't want to learn nothingIf I'm not learning from youIf I'm not learning in youIf there's no learning me from youIf there's no becoming me in youI don't want to know I don't want to know…
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These verses I write is not to seek attention.No I don't mind what you think cause I know my true intention.Once I was a child but now I've grown.I wrote these words that later you could ask if they are truly my own. Almost everyday I wonder when I'll fall in love.Its not child's play…
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Dining in Hades; Episode 10

“Stop these games Yvette, what more damage can you people do? You have my mum, You have the money and you’re still asking me to refund you guys? It makes absolutely no sense…” “Exactly Faruk, no sense what so ever, who has your mum, I’ve told you this earlier, did you read my sms? Chief Jacob doesn’t have her…” “Oh so you’re saying you’re not all in this together” “What? Faruk; all? What do you mean all, you’re not making sense babe, who else do you think is involved?”
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Dining in Hades; Episode 9

The chronicles of a high profile gigolo My phone started ringing almost immediately dad hung up. It was him calling back; “What happened Faruk?”I thought he just said he didn’t want to hear it, under any other circumstances; I would have laughed or at least found it funny. “Dad, I have to see you to…
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In Love with the Devil; Episode 3

Nicole's POV . Nina and Bianca were sweet to me. I never thought I would be so comfortable in my life. Nina took me to the room that was supposed to be mine now. Oh God! I feel so awkward I don't want to stay in his house, I have to talk to him about…
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When the Obvious Truth is Ignored- Part 1

Mother was busy ranting, asking the calm unarmed police man who was the last to leave the house why they were arresting Uche, he told her that he was a suspect in a bank robbery at Osiosioma. She had denied it, she had pleaded with the unarmed police to let her son go that he was no thief. She had defended him saying that his son had never stolen his entire life, that he was one that never looked for trouble. The disbelief that graced my eyes, the disappointment that slammed my ears at mother’s words made me uncomfortable.
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