I have seen death wrap
tragedy in a neat bow of sleep,
while loved ones' chests
"What Shall We Give, Mother?"
I’d heard your voice,
calling me forth to
When I look at you, I always ask myself if it is only giving birth to a child that confers motherhood on a woman. Your life has always proved this eternal truth that full motherhood derives from both nature (giving birth) and nurture.
Maybe the best parts of life simply happen between sex and sunrises. I’m not talking about cheap one night stands that reek of sugary Bacardi while men try to find a woman’s worth within the depth of her cleavage or the ripeness of her thighs.
“How does one correct the tragic mistake of the past, and find complete fulfillment in the future? This is a riveting story of tragedy, love, betrayal, and how one can get to the precipice of losing it all, by tempting oneself.”
Fate, that ubiquitous hand plays a huge role in determining the affairs of men. This is a story that exploits the weaknesses of men; their various differences, and anchors on the belief that ultimately, almost everyone can find the perfect fit. Almost.
Ikakke visits her best friend in America, searching for a husband in order to please her desperate mother and aunty back home in Nigeria. There, she meets...
Jason Fox falls in love with the lowest of his workers against all expectations. He made her his coffee server, before he made her the woman...
Femi Adefarasin was Nigeria's hottest divorcee who used to be nothing but a lonely billionaire; an insecure man who hid behind expensive clothes, designer perfumes, flashy cars...
Are piousness and chastity the fundamental requirements for building a great marriage? This is a story of innocence, blossoming love, tragedy, and the quest for vengeance in the hands of a brutal God.
error: Content is protected !!