Monthly Archives: July 2015

Silent Witness

I stared blankly as the policemen dragged my step mother away. Aunty Oluchi was already looking like a mad woman from pulling and trying to wrestle free from her lawful captors like she would be pardoned if she disentangles from … Continue reading

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The Eclipse And The Curse— A Short Story by Michael Chimaobi

Everyone stares as the clock ticks anxiously towards countdown. Today, the 1000th eclipse is near and nothing delights you more than being with your mother in your father’s mansion to witness the phenomenal moment. Your father had died while you … Continue reading

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Redness Of Roses

roses are red with redness that flow into the heart, filling bad spots redness that neutralizes the blueness of sadness and sweeten sour spirits feel the redness of roses redness that drips on your soul, drops trickling down its back … Continue reading

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When Heaven Speaks . . . ?

by the precepts of our aggrieved nonchalance they’ve rutted our path to illumination with rustic wheels toothy from contractual overburden and wily tars second in darkness to the abysm in their silence by the falseness of our communal concern they’ve … Continue reading

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