Short Stories

Aug
05

Morning Dew

A lot of teenagers were embarrassed of and by their parents but Priscilla bore this much more than any of her peers. Priscilla, on days the gods decided to smile upon her was a Queen bee in her own right. Part of this was due to the colour of her skin. She was what Nigerians […]

By Temitope Boladale | Short Stories
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Aug
03

TheLefthandedwriter’s 10 Day Poetry Walk – Pain

It was a very Sunny Monday Afternoon on Campus, we were uniformed in our attires of white and black, looking ever so beautiful, classy and audacious, devoid of worries and barred from sadness. We matched together in our numbers, yet in a single horizontal line, we owned the road like it were built for us, […]

By Oluwatimilehin Olowoyo | Short Stories
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Jun
25

DEAR CIRCE. My name is Janet and I’m 16. I just turned sixteen recently. See, I’m not here to talk about that. I’m tired okay! Very tired. Tired of my baby cousin. I don’t know how that little creature could cause so many havoc. She’s Circe, I know they call her baby Circe but that […]

By Ajibola Taiwo | Short Stories
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Apr
12

Campus Story

This is my story before I became an undergraduate… So, yea my mum’s a single mom who is very hard working but along the line, she had a financial issue which led to the cause of going to church where I met an iconic man in church who owns a hotel. He saw me crying […]

By Ayomikun | Short Stories
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Jan
25

DEAR CIRCE

DEAR CIRCE. My name is Janet and I’m 16. I just turned sixteen recently. See, I’m not here to talk about that. I’m tired okay! Very tired. Tired of my baby cousin. I don’t know how that little creature could cause so many havoc. She’s Circe, I know they call her baby Circe but that […]

By Ajibola Taiwo | Short Stories
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