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Did you watch already the “Orange Movie?”

It was a story of a team or circle of friends that everyone has a regrets in their lives. 266 more words


Bye, My Beloved Girl....

I didn’t plan to write another personal post so soon; I didn’t plan on writing another post at all tonight, to be honest. But I just felt compelled to write and put everything that I feel into words even though I know I’m probably too grief-stricken to do much more than ramble.  1,667 more words


Death's Changed Role

“Death used to be an executioner, but the gospel has made him just a gardener.”

George Herbert, English poet, 1593-1633

Five die in Imo after drinking local gin

Five die in Imo after taking local gin

Chidiebube Okeoma and Gibson Achonu

No fewer than five persons have been confirmed dead from methanol poisoning in a local gin sold by one Uwadiegu Eze, a native of Umunakara community, in the Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area of Imo State. 301 more words

Going down in flames

Hades and I get down in the underground
meet me there, get lost in the sound
the screams you hear, they aren’t only mine
but that River Styx got me feelin’ fine… 198 more words

Death // attach but detach

(20 Nov 2017)

Death is inevitable – it is part and parcel of life. I answered the door to two Jehovah’s Witnesses followers at my door, and they told me that death is unnatural, that we were never meant to die, and we die now only because Adam and Eve defied God’s orders and ate the fruit from the Forbidden Tree. 630 more words


The Velvet Darkness

A velvet darkness

swallows me whole

squashing my air out

taking it’s toll

and all I want

is to breathe again

to run and laugh…

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The 3 Little Piggies