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Posts tagged with ‘NYC’

  • Simon Says

    By Kiah on January 19, 2017
    The train ride into the city is an hour long and sometimes delayed because the Metro North, more than 50 years after its inception, still hasn’t quite yet figured out how to handle train tracks with snow. Ope has brought his DSLR along for the ride. The woman he is in love with loves getting her picture taken like no […]
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  • A Tale of Two Rings

    By Kiah on September 30, 2016
    My people, forgive my silence. Writing these days na war. LOL. I like this story. A lot. Let me know if you like it too. Winter is coming but God pass them. Winter still caught Rume unawares, even after all these years of living in New York. She had accepted it a while ago; she would never get used to […]
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  • Places We Find Magic

    By Kiah on April 8, 2016
    Lol…Bear with me guys…I am in a fun mood these days. Beware the Duane Reades of this world. Those seemingly innocuous detours on the journey of life  where nothing magical ever seems to happen; pharmacies, 7-elevens, gas stations, traffic stops, botanical parks in wintertime, train stations, trains, buses… No matter where in the world you are, there is a Duane […]
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  • Human Tales

    By Kiah on November 23, 2015
    I don’t think I am writing these days as much as I am sleep-writing. Lol. I will let you exercise your brains and figure out what that means. You are welcome. “Eye has not seen, ear has not heard, neither has it entered the heart of man, the things that God has prepared for they that love him.” 1 Corinthians […]
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  • A Place called Home

    By Kiah on November 3, 2015
      It will be winter soon but for this one day in October, it is warm enough for him to wear her favorite t-shirt. He can still remember the way her face shone with excitement as she handed him the t-shirt at Easter. He can still remember the way she smelled like spring when he pulled her close to say […]
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  • Masterpiece

    By Kiah on July 3, 2015
    Happy July! Goodness gracious where did 2015 go? I hope everyone is having a masterpiece of a year.  I am an art lover, old art mostly. I was lucky to have free passes to a lot of museums in the city for a while. It was an amazing time and I saw the most beautiful pieces of many masters (see […]
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  • Half-Baked Memories

    By Kiah on February 14, 2015
    Happy Valentine’s Day people…there is enough love in your heart for everyday so don’t save some for tomorrow or for the next Feb 14, LOVE all you can NOW! I made up the name ‘Dunmomi’ by the way but i can almost bet my whole salary that my Yoruba people have given countless of my brothers and sisters this name. […]
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  • Places That Tickle

    By Kiah on January 11, 2015
    So my new friend Fifi, who is a writer herself and manages Hobbingpost; we were talking about how Lagos is such a  tedious place to fall in love. Okay well, I was complaining and she was trying to convince me otherwise. Anyway, it got us thinking about all the places people can meet, and love follows. We want to work […]
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  • A Most Unexpected Place

    By Kiah on December 20, 2014
    Every time the Metro-North train approaches New York, my heart beats faster, my smile breaks world records…Guys, New York is in my head, my heart…I can’t stop writing about love in this city. Or Trains!!! Bear with me.   She is wearing a white t-shirt the first time I see her. It is a color that was made for her. […]
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  • The Stop at Delaware

    By Kiah on December 16, 2014
    Merry Christmas people! Jesus the reason for the season, the reason for it all. He has given us the greatest gift ever-love. Don’t forget to pay it forward.  As you guys can see, my heart is in New York. God have mercy but i need deliverance from all these love stories set in NYC. If you haven’t seen any Meg […]
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