More often than not religion binds us to rules we barely understand. Speaking of what we actually feel about our faith and salvation is something 1 in 10 people ever realize. Amazing truth in this postRead More What’s that? Jesus loves me, you say?
I start and I stop And wonder why the clouds never drop And instead make my clothes flop. Raindrops prance on my roof; clip clop. Annoying chore; going mop mop mop. Chasing mud and water from the top. Little wonder rainy days are a sour sop. They leave dead leaves and nasty brown slop. And […]Read More RAINY DAY POEM
Follow the rules. As much as you may resent structured norms, they actually give you a lot of freedom especially when they have loopholes. Bite back your anger. Looking furious is never cool. You never want to come across as a monster because of a disturbing issue. Place value in the simplest things. I find […]Read More Tips on how to be free (as defined by myself)
THE FIFA DUEL The room was filled with such primal intent when the new comer walked in. Over the deathly silence, nobody noticed him lurking at the back. The furore earlier had brought him sniffing. Now he gazed at the others intent on waiting his turn. Presently a roar went up and a din filled […]Read More The Fifa Duel
I guess it was dark but I almost could not tell. Everything seemed ok and clear to me. I let out a long lazy yawn. Someone stirred in his sleep. I stopped. My yawn sounded… well animal. I shrugged and slipped out of the ward. I crept stealthily along using my newly heightened senses. I […]Read More Excerpt from Hunted: In The Eyes of the Wolf by Alexander Kodjokuma
At the time of writing this, I had just finished a meal of “banku” and “gboma detsi”. Food simply but is one of the cornerstones of life. I savoured each scoop of the “banku” and wondered how to write a post on food. As a former hale and hearty eater (who doesn’t grow fat […]Read More FOOD
I will pick myself Up And wipe the Back of My bloody mouth When the dust settles. © Sena Kodjokuma, 2014Read More THE FIGHT