MY IMAGINARY FRIEND

By Jessica-Ken: Everybody would talk about how fancy or rich they were. But I couldn’t say anything because of how poor I was. The house we lived in, was nothing to write home about. I envied those who talked about…

A LITERARY IDEA

By Jessica-Ken: •R~w •Unedited I’m placing the ideas like it is in my head. So, please bear 😊 …………. I ran breathlessly on the lonely road. Someone was chasing me. I hadn’t any idea who it was… or what. All…

UDENE – FIVE

By Jessica-Ken: The Princess left the palace and went to her friend’s place. Frightened by what she saw, she told her everything; how her mother had appeared to the King… “You don’t say?” “Ugomma, do you think I am joking?…

UDENE – FOUR

By Jessica-Ken: Uli slumped on the ground as she came upon where her son was buried. She cried until there were no tears left in her glands, and she turned to her husband and asked him when he was buried.…

UDENE – THREE

By Jessica-Ken: The elders gathered in the palace, for the strange happenings in their village. Six people had died that day, and one of the elders had lost his son. “Your Highness, something needs to be done!” one of the…

UDENE – TWO

By Jessica-Ken: Richmond and Kingston went to the square, while the others remained at the palace. They preached the gospel and taught the people the word. So many had gathered, even one of the King’s daughters, Princess Olamma King Oghala…

UDENE – ONE

By Jessica-Ken: UDENE (Will encounter mistakes 🙂 ) “Oyibo! Oyibo!” Five men came into the land, each dressed strangely. They were all Whites; different from the people and marched in colourful outfits as they hailed. “Oyibo—” “My King, strange men…

***LU***

By Jessica-Ken: Thump—thump—I could hear heavy footsteps and loud snorts; our unwelcome visitor, one I couldn’t see. I was getting dizzy from the blood loss, and weary from not having eaten for days, but I tried not to give up,…

THAT NIGHT!

By Jessica-Ken: It started on a rainy day when a frightening masked fella appeared on the street. “Ronnie!” My mother’s voice rang, jolting me. I stopped staring and ran inside—up the stairs—I went into my bedroom. “Whoo! That was close.”…

SHORT SHORT STORY!

By Jessica-Ken: ✝ I saw a man seated outside our gate, with a big chaplet hung around his neck. “Do you know God?” I drew closer as I heard him ask. “God?” he nodded his head and looked at me.…