All the Birds in the Sky: Alternate Ending

Hey guys, here’s an alternate ending to my short story:All the birds in the skyI literally just thought this up, so forgive me if it feels rushed . Also, YAS! still practicing my horror. Still a long way to go mome but it go be. Cheers! Morning. The white Ford bus came to a gradual halt, tyres […]

All the Birds in the Sky

Prologue: The brand new mission bus stood magnificently white underneath the neem tree, oblivious to the commotion of little bodies being shuffled in by a flustered nun. Sister Hazel picked the last of her Sunday-School pupils up and handed her to Brother Brown, checking around one last time to make sure no one had scampered […]

The Biology of Affection

Ursula’s light was usually on before anyone else’s at home. She woke early and bathed earlier than her parents, her two younger brothers, the neighbors. The glow of her windows held out as two white blots on a dark screen. Through the thick ambiance of dawn it remained that way, hours before anyone else woke […]

An Ephemeral Twilight: The Darkness

This is Part 2 of a short story I posted on here a week ago (*does Bobby Shmurda’s dance*). Click on this to read it: An Ephemeral Twilight: The Light For Miss Agbo, and the bliss of ignorance. He woke up naked in the sand, his squint slowly drawing his vision into focus. It was morning, […]

An Ephemeral Twilight: The Light

Life’s been a whirlwind of emotions recently. I took a hiatus to concentrate on school work — which gave zero dividend by the way– but I’m back now, and obviously, still trying out the emotional whatnots of writing. For Miss Penny – You might as well be an employee now. Fuck you. The drizzle blinded […]

A Deliverance From Torments Transient

It was 3 a.m., the first time Abena came out of her two-week comma. She was as would be expected completely flustered. So much so, she made one swift motion of her head from left to right, then fell back against the pillow, into a dream state. The second time, it was afternoon. She opened […]