Prose

By naijapose.com
In Prose
Jan 19th, 2013
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Written by Segun Adekoye | @segunsd You go past KSI Building and imagine the look that would be on your boss’s face because you are strolling in at a quarter past nine. You wipe your sweat. How could I have entered this kind of cab? You think to yourself. The driver peers at you through [&helli...
By naijapose.com
In Prose
Jan 16th, 2013
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Written by Olufunmi Familoni ‘She was a good woman. . .’ The pastor had not known her. But everyone knows that any dead rich person is a good person. The coffin was gold. Inside it she was as drop-dead gorgeous as ever. Her demeanour was buried under layers of deep make-up, as usual. The small [&hell...
By naijapose admin
In Prose
Dec 26th, 2012
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Honeymoon by Segun Adekoye | @segunsd ‘Teejay hurry up. You are spending too long in the bathroom” Dara’s voice shot through the door. I looked down at my manhood. It remained as unruffled as the Sunday morning life in Dar-es-Salaam. I rubbed my hands around the tiny bar of Imperial...
By Michelle Emiaha
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Dec 3rd, 2012
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Written by Tochi Eze I smell my village…seriously, I smell mama nnukwu’s tobacco snuff, the air around me reminds me of the cool dampness of her room, her lopsided toothless smile as she painfully squats in a mock search of the okporoko hidden underneath her bed. Suddenly, I am a child ag...
By naijapose admin
In Prose
Nov 4th, 2012
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I am and will always be a hopeful romantic. I absolutely love love and I plan to give and get some good loving as soon as I lay hands on the man fortunate enough to fall for my whims (winks). I have several fantasies planned out already, a complete mission actually-however, in my visions of […...