I could have loved you But the stars aligned To place two imperfect strangers In a perfect ship of relation I could have wanted you I rem’ber days when Our bodies tangled Desired each other But I could have wanted you If our bodies had a mind I could have needed you But just as… Continue reading I could have loved you
It was a very sunny Saturday afternoon. I had just finished having brunch and decided to go do some shopping at Mandillas market. I boarded a bus from Sabo Yaba to Obalende. As I sat in the bus, all I could think of was how unfit the bus was, even for animal transportation. The… Continue reading Greg, Liz and My Saturday Bliss
The perfect boyfriend is not one who gives his girl the world. The perfect boyfriend is not one who catches a grenade for his girl. The perfect boyfriend is not one who lays his life down for his girl. The perfect boyfriend is not one who takes his girl to the moon and back. Why?… Continue reading Who is the perfect boyfriend?
“Salaam-Alaikum!” “Wrong number.” “Salaam-Alaikum!” “Wrong number.” “Salaam-Alaikum!” “Wrong number.” That must have been the one millionth time he would be saluting me over the phone. And each time he did, I would respectfully tell him he had got the wrong number. But no, his call would wake me up by 3:00am the next day and… Continue reading The Random Girl
Synopsis: Olamide, an autistic young man prepares for the biggest day of his life; a date with the love of his life, Sharon. Due to his condition, what seemingly should be his most exciting day becomes a nightmare. Written and directed by Tomi Adesina, The Other Me is a compelling short film on Autism which… Continue reading The Other Me (Short Film)
Hi, It’s me. I was wondering if I could have a minute of your time. I’m sorry for having to communicate this via a letter. I was hoping we could talk about it, but we wouldn’t have the time. I can’t remember the last time we had the time to have a good talk about… Continue reading 100 reasons why we can’t work out
If you follow tech blogs and read start up stories, you’ll be used to the phrase “disruptive innovation”. The phrase – which in itself, is a theory – was coined by Professor Clayton M. Christensen of the Harvard Business School, and what the theory simply posits is that, a disruptive innovation is an innovation which… Continue reading 2016: The Year We Break things?