NO MORE

Caked sperm flaked off Cynthia’s stomach when she woke up that Saturday morning. She was alone in the bedroom. The bastard was gone. As usual. She heaved a sigh as she lazily crawled to the edge of the bed, absentmindedly grabbing her ripped bra and panties. Her day was starting...

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A WISP OF MEMORY: by Peter Jokoh

Fun filled days of my yesterpast How I wished it would forever last Thunders didn’t rumble when we met But something more than natural we did felt Back then when uniforms were compulsory Being together eased the worry Fate dropped a twig on your path Wasn’t your fault, just life’s...

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A NIGHT AFTER

The moon strangled the sun to his last breath And now ules proudly after his death My eyelids won’t kiss each other Can’t sleep, can’t bear that we are not together My delicate ears wish to quiver At the romantic sound of your gentle whisper You, my heart beats for...

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THEIR MISTAKE

HE loving and caring friendly and cheerful SHE Proud and stone hearted Troublesome and ungodly LOVE He thought love will make her change He wanted to be there for her THE HOME Like cat and dog, they box and bite Peace, they never gave a room   Written by: Oguntoyinbo...

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TWO BEAUTIFUL MUMUS

For better or worse was their vow Said they would never bow To the gimmicks of the Devil… It was love on a higher level It all started very sweet They glories to the drumbeat Onward they marched hand in hand And they settled in conjugal land Soon their love...

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