A Heart Break Mambo Jambo.

You only fall when you stood or been flying. For as memories are made from a life once lived, a heart can only be broken if it's been loved before. Genuinely.  Some people aren't permanent. At least they should come with warning tags. But then love makes us blind and we ignore the red flags. … Continue reading A Heart Break Mambo Jambo.

You’re Better Now

Aight, listen up: Do not give anyone the power to break you. Do not. They found you alive, it's OK, and you’re still breathing. Good things happened? Fine, they'll still happen when they're gone. They didn't run away with your good luck basket, did they? You still have it & the Lord you serve will … Continue reading You’re Better Now

We’re Tired Of Picking Up Your Broken Pieces

One of the most draining things is trying to love a broken heart. Some people are so emotional that when their hearts are broken, getting them to trust & love again is a world war of its own. You really have to prove your worth even if you mean well for them. There are not … Continue reading We’re Tired Of Picking Up Your Broken Pieces

The Other Man

In the dead of the night, she twisted & turned until she woke up in a startle. Feeling hot & sweating with a feeling of uncertainty.  She looked at her companion sleeping next to her. She could only make out his outline in the dark, but the only thing she was sure of was that … Continue reading The Other Man

Day 21 winterabc2021. Love. The Feeling That Killed Him!

Google image Finally closing off this year's Afrobloggers winterabc2021 with a fictitious story inspired by true events. It's been a wonderful but challenging ride discovering wonderful writers, learning from so many people, and enjoying my time all the while. As I bow out today, I am leaving you a story of how I felt when … Continue reading Day 21 winterabc2021. Love. The Feeling That Killed Him!