Àti kékeré ni mo ti gbọ́n ọgbọ́n pé ìwọ̀nba là á dá sí ọ̀rọ̀ ọlọ́rọ̀, pàápàá tó bá ti jọ mọ tìjá. Ilé elérò ni a gbé dàgbà l’Èkó kó tó di wípé a kó padà s’ábúlé. Iya kan wa tó ń gbé nínú ọgbà wa nígbànáà. Ìyá ìbejì ni gbogbo wá mọ̀ ọ́ sí, àmọ́ (sugbon) ẹlẹ́dẹ̀ ń yájú lẹ́gbẹ́ màmá yìí ni, nipa ka bí ọmọ jọ.
by Tolu Obasuyi On this bright sunny day, Johnson courageously made his way towards Eunice who was in the library preparing for the forthcoming exam. Before he even arrived in school, his mind had played all the possible scenarios that could happen from what he was about doing. The comments his friends made did nothing […]
He stood watching her lying on her back, naked on the bed. Her palms supported the back of her head as her legs played before his eyes in an open-and-close motion, unashamed of his gaze. She loved to be listened to whenever she talks. So, he watched her in silence. ‘I’ve been naked all my life, Joe.’ She was smiling at him, as if expecting him to say a word. He did not. No woman had made him speechless before.