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Posts tagged with ‘Adoption’

  • Waves

    By Kiah on March 11, 2015
      When you read one man like you read no one else, you will soon start to sound like him.  At least, I hope. This is a tribute to John Irving’s The Cider House Rules. This is also inspired by the Bible- Psalm 68:6. Let me know when you find it. 😉   When someone you love dies, you go […]
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  • Despair

    By Kiah on July 2, 2014
    I have been to Jos once. I have many friends who call it home. This one is for Jos, a prayer that someday soon, joy, rather than despair will be etched on the faces of its residents Happy 4th of July America, Land of the free, Home of the Brave (Tim Howard!!!!)   P.S I haven’t edited so bear with […]
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  • Ilo’s Secret

    By Kiah on May 29, 2014
    You guys are probably going to complain that I am beating a dead horse…but I can’t seem to let go of this theme, this thread that has decided to find its way into most of my recent stories… A friend described this as incredulous but is it really? I think the whole point of fiction is to help reality along […]
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  • A Time to Fall

    By Kiah on February 9, 2014
    I know I said I was retired…God had other ideas. I wrote this story at around 2-3 pm EST today. I saw Philomena at around 6 pm EST today too. I just started laughing as I got half-way through the movie. Y’all best believe God has an amazing sense of humor. Of all stories for me to write today, it had to […]
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  • Amara

    By Kiah on November 13, 2013
    You have just gotta love Funminiyi’s style of story telling… this is an excerpt from his story ‘Amara’. Please read and leave a comment to encourage my friend and egbon in this story telling business… 🙂 They sat beside each other on the cold cement floor, their legs stretched out in front of them. Amara stared at her legs. They […]
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  • Contentment

    By Kiah on June 18, 2013
    The pain was everything they had warned her about. And then some. But she didn’t scream. Not once. She took it like a good soldier. She didn’t cry either. It was not the time nor the place. It took 11 hours and then, she was finally free. She heaved a sigh of relief and declined the nurse’s offer to hold […]
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