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Eyes on the Prize Nov 6, 2020 Short Stories Broken, splintered, cracked was she beneath the surface Failure gave her hope… The pressure; her drive The pinnacle strengthened her faith Refusing In Time Feb 18, 2020 Short Stories It’s been more than a while now, and time ought to help me forget and aid the healing process completely, I think. I ought to feel free, undaunted Knowing Feb 11, 2020 Short Stories The crinkles at the corners of her eyes and the curve of her lips when she smiled couldn’t hide the sadness, emptiness and the shadows that wrapped Brother Zoned Feb 4, 2020 Short Stories I didn’t like the way I felt because I’d been here before. Maybe the difference between then and now is that this time, I was uncomfortable with The Wait Jun 17, 2019 Short Stories “Zorah, my dear, when you say you dey go camp again?” her mother asked as they feasted to a bowl of boiled rice, stew with eggs. “Mommy, I never get It Takes Two Apr 21, 2019 Short Stories My nephew, Daniel and his wife, Maggie sat apart from each other on the love seat facing me, both looking weary. None of them had said a thing to Grandpa’s Love Tale Mar 12, 2019 Short Stories “Were you ever afraid of settling down with grandma?” I inquired as I handed my grandpa a glass of water and sat on the wooden recliner chair beside More Than Meet The Eyes Mar 12, 2019 Short Stories Today, I went on a date with Phillip Ajiboye. I met him a few months ago at the popular Iya Yusuf Restaurant in Ilorin on my way to get the An hour and 15 minutes Mar 10, 2019 Short Stories I sat with my aunt at the table, aware that her mouth was moving but oblivious of the sound that formed words. I could tell she was upset about The Memories We Make Mar 3, 2019 Short Stories I was on my way to see my father and I wasn’t sure why he had summoned me since we spoke at length about the family business yesterday evening. The