The Omuha Fraternity

Mrs Obaniko detested her husband. Senator Afiang Obaniko held her husband of over thirty years in very low esteem. He had given up on life. Gone were the days of vibrance. He had lost his edge. He seemed content to sleep and then awaken. Eat, drink and work out. In between, read a book or … Continue reading The Omuha Fraternity

Dance With My Father

I laid my head on his broad chest, my arms around his muscular torso. I felt his large hand 'gently' thumping my uncovered back, the space between my neck and where my wedding gown began. Luther Vandross', "Dance With My Father Again" was aptly playing through the monstrous sound systems DJ Snap had brought for … Continue reading Dance With My Father

@ The End of Days

Is there a higher power? Or are we simply mere (or supreme) entities with our destinies in our hands? Or maybe we are both? Subject to divine mandate but with free will to choose? Is there that proverbial "judgement" at the end of days? Or will we slip into eternal sleep, all over? Case closed? … Continue reading @ The End of Days