In a way,there is still something to write!

Writing has become so much a part of my life in recent time and I enjoy the feeling it brings . The feeling of fulfilment and satisfaction.Presently I am not writing for a living,but it is something I am considering in the nearest future.I have also discovered that it can be an obsession for me,so…

Cat Pepper Soup- A short story

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “An Odd Trio.” It was one of those usual afternoon for Adesola, she and her friends from the office will usually go out to a small restaurant just a few blocks from the office building.It was one of their favourite joints. Ekaete peppersoup joint has been known…

I Write All Over The Place.

I write all over the place. Everywhere is my space to write To scribble down all of my thoughts, every idea that comes to mind No matter how silly it may seem,I write to rewrite and rewind. I write on my bed,I write in the bathroom,in the kitchen,when I am commuting around town. I mostly…

A flangipropped Evening- Short story.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Flangiprop!.” Invent a definition for the word Flangiprop and then use it in a post. Oluwalonimi,walked into the Hallway majestically,with her head held high.” I was born for this, she said to herself as she approached the stage in readiness to do her thang!-Sing. This evening will be…

We Found Us.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Yin to My Yang.” There are diverse definitions on what or who a “Soulmate” is. So let me postulate another definition for “Soul mate”.            I come from here,you come from there,   two different lives going on different journeys until that sunny afternoon,…

When I was a Child.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “When Childhood Ends.” write about a defining moment in your life when you had to grow up in an instant or series of (Instances). There were series of instances,but then do we ever put Childish acts,thoughts away? There is a Child in every Adult,there is an Adult…

Failure is not a Taboo-Failing Forward.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Must Not Fail.” What is the one thing at which you are afraid of failing? Failure is not a Sin neither is it a Taboo. This I have come to realise. I wish I had known this a long time,may be I would’ve not allow my fear to…