I wail all day everyday – in a well behind a stone wall inside my mind where the riot parade of thoughts ride afloat – afloat down stream I watch salmon swim up to the sun which blinds me.
Case 28: “May the child not die, may the child not die”: let it die and let’s see if the day won’t break. Insight/Background Story: She was the typical African under siege from the extended family system. First, her sisters-in-law accused her of not taking good care of them whenever they came to visit. … More One Week, One Proverb #28
Hey folks, Because of the challenges I’ve experienced of late, I’ve not been able to blog or keep up with your blogs. I regret the situation and hope things will improve. You probably are aware of my blog serial, “We Are Not Cursed.” It’s been a wonderful experience sharing each episode with you. Your comments … More Quick Update
***WARNING: Mature content. Reader discretion is advised *** PART TWENTY-TWO (II) Edited by: Darlene Jones As he had expected, she was drawn to the necklace. Such a well-timed gift. A hook in itself. “Are you sure you want me to have this?” she said. “Unless you intend to share it with someone … More We Are Not Cursed #22 (II)
PART TWENTY-TWO (I) Edited by: Darlene Jones Standing by the entrance to the hut, Ekwutosilim clapped twice. “Come in.” She bent slightly, pushed aside the antelope skin that served as the door, and found the hut semidark, the only light—the flickering rays of the pale evening sun—coming through the window. This admirer was … More We Are Not Cursed #22 (I)