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Posts tagged with ‘Yoruba’

  • Omi Iye

    By Kiah on October 14, 2016
    I am Christian. If you have read my stories, you know this by now. I believe in the Father, in Ben Elohim Chayyim, in the Ruach HaKodesh. Joseph Ayo Babalola, the man noted for Nigeria’s first revival began his ministry near my hometown. He was also married to one my of great aunts. While the marriage was nothing to write […]
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  • Human Nature

    By Kiah on February 8, 2015
    I think this is one of the finest things I ever written. It was way back and I wrote it for a competition. It is my take on the Olurombi folktale I got told by my mother from whom I fittingly got my love of stories.  It is only fair then that this one is for her, my girl, my […]
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  • Marked

    By Kiah on May 6, 2014
    I wrote this a little while ago…while I was still trying my hands at poetry. I have since accepted my fate- I am better at prose.  But I like this one…It reminds me to keep smiling. No matter the scars. No matter what.   I wear you like the tribal marks of an Ibadan man. You know those men that […]
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  • Bamidele

    By Kiah on April 24, 2014
    I was tweeting about some of my fave characters the other day and I realized most people haven’t read about Zion. The story isn’t really about Zion but I think he adds some salt, in fact make that plenty salt, to the margarita. The story is also one of my favorite stories…I have made a couple of changes but the meat of the […]
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  • Babajide

    By Kiah on September 27, 2013
    This one is for the grandfather I never met, the one with skin the shade of anthills, the merchant, whose gap-tooth I have only admired in fading photographs, the one people still refer to as ‘the good man’, Babajide.. It was the 4th day.Aduke could hardly believe it. It seemed just like yesterday the midwife had first placed the child in her arms. And […]
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