I am many things. But tonight, I am a doctor. The man had diabetes. When we met for my prognosis he weighed 292 pounds, all of which supported a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes mellitus. His disease was initially managed with diet, exercise, and metformin (Glucophage). Four months later, with weight loss and exercise, his … Continue reading The Hospital
Every time I see him, I 'die' inside. On the night we met, everything was perfect. My cousin had invited me to come hang out with her boyfriend and 'his friend'. I know her boyfriend, but I did not like him much. Since birds of a feather flock together, I was certain that I would … Continue reading ‘Yo Mamma’
I am like an assassin That is reluctant to cause hurt I am like a dragon Holding its own jaws shut. ×°×° I have an inferno within Raging, crackling tongues of fire Your love Vesuvius, mine Krakatoa! ×°× That is why I am silent My words will break your spirit. ×° I am trying not … Continue reading Pax Et Quietam
If I get enough requests by way of comments, I will tell the story of his mother... He is my wee little man. The boy is a wonder. Not just because he is my son, but because he has the capacity to creep the hell out of me. Do not get me wrong, I love … Continue reading Mini-me
Hmmmm....(in a Nigerian accent) I do not know where to begin this story from. But indeed I must. As is common in my religion, the first few days, weeks and /or months of a year are dedicated to fasting and prayer. Yours truly did partake thereof these holy rites. The fasts end by six in … Continue reading My 2019!
I would like to tell you a story. First off, forget all you think you know about the story. The Story is set in eternity. I would not dare to add or subtract from The Truth. But I am compelled to entertain you. I am obligated to open up the eye of your understanding. As … Continue reading The ‘What If?’ Series. (Dan-ifying The Biblical Adam & Eve)
Do not read this story out loud at night. Do not read this story in front of a mirror. Do not. Never ever. Do these two things at the same time. The first time it happened, I was about five years old. My mother was out of town I think. We were left with her … Continue reading WANTED: A SOUL.