STAYING FOR HER

Tugo had been in the village for two days. That was the first time he had seen as many people gathered in one place- the market day. He still couldn’t believe he was there. His father had thought to send him there in order to revitalize their family business there-...

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LOVERS WE WERE by Kelly Iyogun

Like dreams we met Too hard to believe but inseparable we were Arms cuddled together Your head nestled on my chest My fingers playing with your hair. In the moment of passion, promises we made Like he who wakes from deep slumber to the worst dawn of reality I’m perplexed...

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