In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt "A Dog Named Bob." On Bluejay Street stood a lonely house with a mailbox, the street was called Bluejay because it was like a haven to these birds. At the end of the street was a house with a man, his wife, their son and their beloved Alsatian, … Continue reading Here, Boy!
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "BYOB(ookworm)." well, turns out I do have the time and inclination to write. The First book is Lights. "So Apparently I've been reincarnating for as long as I live, and I have a psychic best friend, she's dead and alive. And a hunk of a boyfriend. I … Continue reading New York Bestseller
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "From the Collection of the Artist." Hello and Welcome to the Unveiling of the 2000's Basically, the time period was a turning point for mankind, a turning point which revolutionized our current age. Electronics, fashion, music, entertainment, architecture, Everything as we know it. so we put together … Continue reading The 2000’s
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Ring of Fire." Fear of what tomorrow brings? oh haha I love spicy food. I didnt, but now I do. my trip last year to Dubai changed my views on spicy exotic food. Being Nigerian, our food is relatively normal in comparison to the other "interesting" meals. … Continue reading Red Hot Chili Peppers
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Polite Company." I completely agree. you do NOT have conversations about sensitive topics like Religion, or same sex marriage, or politics with peolle you dont know. I am Nigerian, and for some reason, we are highly opinionated. its quute annoying. for example. "I went out with friends … Continue reading Avoid At all Costs
Okay, before I start, Lyanna is a character in my ongoing Wattpad Novel, Element. In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "The Interview." Me: welcome, Lyanna, we're glad you could make it. L: yeah, it's my pleasure. Who's We? M: The WordPressers L: how many are they? M: (laughs) who's giving the interview? L: … Continue reading Some Minutes With Lyanna “Earthquake” Black
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "High Noon." This afternoon, a joke turned into a lecture with my mother. I was standing behind her rolling my eyes. (I know, I know, I'm not supposed to) But c'mon, I was joking. If she turned at the right time, I would have been caught mid-roll. … Continue reading Rolling!
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "It’s a Text, Text, Text, Text World." Basically, as a teenager. I spend most of my time online (ignoring my parents and the like) to have nice talks with people I don't see often and people I'm like not to meet. like you guys. The art of texting … Continue reading Tone of Speech
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Twenty-Five." Asshole, adj. What some people are, they don't even know they are. Characterised by jerklike behaviour, rude, arrogant. Banana, Noun. A fruit, yellow in color and sweet to the tastebuds, favourite fruit of the Minions. Cat, Noun. I love cats! Dandelion, Noun. Random creations of God, … Continue reading Won’t You Come and Play with Me?
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "In Loving Memory." In Loving memory of Grey, Hillary C. A friend, a mother, a sister, an aunt, a grandchild. Let's not forget A Crazy Ass Friend. She died at the unlikely age of 98, by being sarcastic at the wrong time. Strangely she requested this to … Continue reading Ashes to Ashes