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DREAMS ARE TO BE LIVED


AUTHOR/ WRITER: ANUOLUWA_D   It is not death most people are afraid of, it is getting to the end of life only to realize that you never truly lived. There was a hospital study where 100 elderly people facing death close to their last breath, they were asked to talk about their life’s biggest regret.

Cinema’s Grove


AUTHOR/WRITER: Uldaonin   Just few minutes to New Year while everyone was making their New Year resolutions I had made a bucket list of what I wanted to achieve the following year but you know that regular saying “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” I included in my list one of my

Choices


AUTHOR/WRITER- Halimah Ganiyu   In my society, you might be depressed but you are actually not allowed to be. People feel that you have no right to be depressed because after all there are other people going through what you are going through or worse. You hear them say ‘So she thinks she has problem, did

FADED (THE SERIES:1)


SERIES ONE AUTHOR/WRITER; THE FIFTEENTH Just one more step, thats all and i’ll be free forever. Or isn’t that what they say? Death frees us all. I make to lift my foot and for some reason it feels so heavy.I stare down at my foot but all I see is the ocean, wrapping its cold

BURN FIRE


AUTHOR/WRITER: RICHARD CLOVER   The groove at the burn fire was quite evident. I smiled at the thought of what went down that evening / night. So many energetic horny sweaty bodies were jamming and ramming. While some were rocking, some others who were just there to watch, the born onlookers stood looking and some

What I learnt when I tried to kill myself


What I learnt when I tried to kill myself What do you do when everyone knows what you did? A few weeks ago I joined the same exclusive club as Drew Barrymore, Eminem, Britney Spears and a host of other celebs. Like your average A-list party, there was plenty of booze and a few pills

About me

Nimota Ideraoluwa

Nimota Ideraoluwa

I am Teriba Nimota Ideraoluwa, I was born in Ogun state, into a family of eight, I'm the second child of the family and the first female child. Anike is a name my mum calls me whenever I'm sad , Anike is my Oriki (praise name). continue here...