Things I learnt from telling Nigerians to save their own money on Twitter.

Essays, Musings

It is painful that intellectuals who know that the COVID virus is spread largely by going out and contacts can support the ridiculous...

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12 am and Biscuits

Poems

Men make you pissed everyday, but you have to be there for the next girl who can’t process anything Wisdom is patience, waiting too long is...

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Vulva Struggles 1.

musings

She rolled and tossed and complained of her hangovers from last night, listing all the clubs she went to and the drinks she had, I rolled...

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Maiduguri and Flies

Poems

Eat your high, be a muse Irene does not know that my laughter is induced ...

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The Art of the Art.

Essays, Guest Contributions, Musings

It would be nice for parents to allow their children to try things out before it becomes too late. Despite the Nigerian ', My child will be...

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Twenty Miles of Bad Road

Essays

she made us walk with no shoes on twenty miles of bad road to church and back, the priest one day tied me to a pole, I was twelve then and...

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God

Poems, Short Poems


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If I sleep with my mouth open Maybe the heavens will hear me I’m talking to an unknown God  while I warm my breast with my cold...

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Lack of Naming Skills

Essays, Guest Contributions

The clothes she'd taken had no underwear with them But she didn't give a flying fuck right now -none of that mattered anymore...

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Family is trash and a bottle of water.

Essays, Musings, musings

When she opened her legs, I knew it was happening, her breast was like hot chocolates drank in a rush, one that you hope doesn't finish-...

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Cream.

musings, Poems

Cream pour out of my body in cums, sleeping to a cat and a book. She played with my vaginas with her toes, giggling. I liked how she...

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