The Legend of the Game Papa Part 1

This is for all retired game papas and game centre veterans. And for us watchers who never touched a pad till much later in life “GOOOAAAAAALLLL” The tinny voices screeched at the back of the classroom. Suddenly there was a collective gasp. Mr. Mensah’s head craned around the classroom door. “Who are those? Show yourselves!” […]

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AUTHOR’S NOTE: Sometimes the superficial is borne out of deep waters. A backstory to some of the indulgent which comes from suffering great loss. The age we discover love for ourselves is also the age some of us turn our backs on redemption. To those who have been broken and have yet to open their […]


2011: The Back Story

This is the back story to the poem 2011. Please read and enjoy this work of fiction.

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The Yawa of Leonidas

Featured Image: Leonidas from Meet the Spartans, 2008 Image courtesy Google Images   “Leonidas” I froze. “Leonidas” the voice spoke again. I gulped. I swiveled away from my friends in the direction of the voice. I looked up into her eyes. For a moment, she looked into mine and then she blinked and looked away. […]

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Dog Days are Shitty Days

I haven’t written a short story in a while so I’m probably rusty. Here goes, off the top of my head.

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Mental Blues

“Cudjoe! Cudjoe! Wake up!” I heard the voice from far away. Then I felt my body rising and my feet planted to the ground. Half asleep I was marched to the bathroom. Still groggy I was placed on the toilet seat. I did my thing. Next up the bath. Now that got me wide awake. […]

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The Day The World Stood Still

This is a fictious story inspired by true events. Ladies and gentlemen, I present THE DAY THE WORLD STOOD STILL ‘’ Dear Diary, Today has to be possibly the worst day of my life.’’ I shook my head once more. The day’s events had thrown me into utter disbelief. As I sat in the massive […]

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