Before I could finish my statement, her lips had already enclosed mine. My eyes were wide opened; I felt her tender cold lips and hot blood ran through my veins. Her body movement was very fast, her hands already on my trouser zipper. I let out a moan, the die has already been cast, and… Continue reading THE SEDUCTION: EPISODE 3. BY VIVI OLUOMA
After service that Monday evening, Sister Linda met me down stairs waiting for her; of course we had to see each other before dispersing. "Hello dear” she stretched forth her hand for a handshake. I took her tender hands in mine but released it almost immediately. "What of the thing I asked for dear? I… Continue reading THE SEDUCTION (EPISODE 2). BY VIVI OLUOMA
"All the direct entry students should please meet with bro Caleb, the prayer coordinator for a brief information" the moderator emphasized the third time before dropping the microphone that Monday evening. I sat at the back waiting patiently to pass the information to the direct entry students as Sister Linda approached me. Seems like she's… Continue reading THE SEDUCTION: EPISODE 1. BY VIVI OLUOMA
“Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, granny… happy birthday to you. For she’s a jolly goo good granny, for she’s a jolly good granny, for she’s a jolly good granny… and so says all of us. Hurray!” Grandma George’s grandchildren sang for her, blowing off the candlelight on the… Continue reading THE GRANNY’S STORY BY ESHO KEMI
He walked down the alley in his hall of residence, it was tiled and lined on either side by rooms whose doors stood directly opposite each other. He stopped at his room’s entrance, slot in the key and turned it in the clockwise direction twice. He pushed the door open and stepped in. The cool… Continue reading HAILSTORM BY GOODNESS ADEGBOLA
Ade mi and I met at a cafeteria about six years ago. It had been a work-filled day for me, and I could not spare the time to eat all day until around 6 p.m. I had just washed my hand so I could effectively devour my first meal of Amala and Ewedu when I… Continue reading IT’S WORTH THE WAIT BY KEMI ESHO
Eyes dazed, he turned twice till he got to the end of his mattress. That afforded him to reach for his Bible. But first,l he grabbed a look at his table clock. 7:15am! He jerked up. Picked up his Bible. flipped it till he stumbled on Job31:1; He wanted to skip that, but his mind… Continue reading AND IT NEVER HAPPENED.
She ran until she couldn't run anymore. Gasping, her sides hurting, she stumbled into the tall grasses. Got up again. Her shoulders heaving with sobs, her face streaked with tears, she opened her mouth to call out to Jesus but her trachea was blocked. She thought of saying it in her mind, but her mind… Continue reading A NIGHT BEFORE HER WEDDING.
Brother Alfred entered his prayer room for the umpteenth time, pacing from one end to the other, beads of sweat forming on his brow. He had been battling with an unseen weird force. It was quite hard to discern where it was spilling from. He got out of the room, being uncomfortable he got in… Continue reading NOT AGAINST FLESH AND BLOOD.
Whenever he smiled at them, they felt it down to their feet. Six feet tall. Dark hair. Blue eyes. Broad shoulders. What more? The other day, when he was called upon to throw more light on a question in class, he spoke with an errie eloquence and measured cadence; both of which complemented his lithe… Continue reading BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.