What if life was a movie? What if we could cut any scenes we hated out of our lives and remake them? What if we could make every thought in our heads perfect? What if we could get anything we wanted? What if life was … Continue reading WHAT IF?
We woke up to a beautiful day. …..a bright shiny morning. Two best friends and companions for as long as time has existed. Our hearts and our souls were a knot. We would swear we were made for each other. I could feel your soul, … Continue reading CIRCLE
We’re of love. Our heads high in pride like we’re riding on a purple haze. We’re as tough as Teflon. …..never getting damaged. …..rugged as soldiers fighting for their nations. Day will break and night will fall, but we hold our visions close to our … Continue reading Warrior
This used to be home. A place of life. ….filled with the rays of the sun. A place with the rainbow on the earth. The horizon was filled with a dome of joy. All sorts of colours of happiness. Absolute serenity, total peace of mind. … Continue reading Grey Garden.
Sweat dripping down his face. Eyes filled with determination. Heart soaked in a pool of passion. Fists clenched on a table. Ears deaf to the world. Moustache twitching to what can’t be explained. He’s about to be a man who would bust anything in his … Continue reading Ruthless!
She would never know how much I miss her. She definitely cannot understand how much I love her. …out and about, I hold up the macho. I put up the cool. I bet she gets home and in bed thinking I changed and I no … Continue reading TEARS ON MY PILLOW
The Fanti or Caretta as it is more locally called is a carnival-like festival that is held in Lagos state of Nigeria three times in a year: on Christmas eve, New year’s day and Easter. This carnival was started by returnee slaves from Brazil; hence the common features with the famous Brazilian carnival.
It started mainly around the campos island where the returnee slaves had settled.It usually and typically show-cases several of the different cultures and traditions of Nigeria. This year’s carnival started on the 9th of April & it was themed ” Eko 4 show” which means “lagos for show” literally meaning “showcasing Lagos.”
There’s always so much beautiful Nigerian music,Nigerian delicacies,Nigerian attires etc to be seen. Different wonderful bright colours and people of different ethnic backgrounds to be seen. I didn’t go for this year’s (2012) carnival, but I got pictures from a number of people and places and I’d share them here & I hope to be at as many of this carnival as I can henceforth…NO DULLING. I’M SO PROUD OF MY HERITAGE.
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