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The Journey of Man by Ola W Halim

  in the morning, man is a cocoyam shoot, life is served in dews and golden horizons; mists would wear hues which would get darker, drier, as midday draws in, suckles sunflowers to wilt, renders the field rust, a tawny tabletop rattling under soles   several bouts of reality sprout at midday, when harmattan winds wind nature into a hovering…

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The Broken| Samuel Sebbowa Bunnya

    The voices were nothing more than whispers to her. She could not understand a thing they said. She could hear them but they seemed so far away from her, that she wondered if she was finally free from the prison of her horrors for a fleeting moment. All the memories had broken through and had consumed her. There…

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