I’ve been away from blogging or should I say writing generally for a month and half. In that period I’ve had the “pleasure” of going through diverse storms and seeming temptations. Hey!, I’m not gonna sit here and say I came out a victor but I can obviously say I came out… and I learnt… Continue reading Peace with Self!
Okay, for those who would be reading this for the first time, let me back track a little, I’ve been telling the story of a young man who fell madly, I repeat, madly and uncontrollably with this girl that doesn’t even fit his list, yeah that list of how the girl he wants should look,… Continue reading Another man’s girl . . . When love comes around.
See beneath your beautiful, a dating concept that I have recently been thinking about, and recently I have been really sacred cause I don’t like the me I wake up to see every morning, I know your saying change yourself, but I wanna be me, not the me you want me not be (I don’t… Continue reading See beneath your beautiful . . . a dating concept.
I have come to discover that my life is in seasons, I have seasons of plenty and also of lack and I don’t just mean financially. This cuts across every sector of my life. I have also learnt to try and go through these seasons with joy, and just because I have joy doesn’t negate… Continue reading I might be broke, but am not broken
I have been doing some thinking, and you know how when you birthday is coming up, and everyone prays ones prayer for you,is LONG life, but with every year actually your life is getting shorter, and one day you’re going to die, and i am going to die of course,but definitely not today and not… Continue reading Am gonna die, you will to.
12 keys to stronger writing from Annie Dillard via Alexander Chee.
A friend of mine recently challenged me to do something for the first time, so I decided to write a poem. Pain. I a modern term, I would introduce her as that person we all most have an affair with. She isn’t seductive or appealing yet she finds her way into our lives. She’s always… Continue reading A poem – Pain