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My Third Eye Sieves

While my two eyes, made in His likeness know how to see beautiful things this world has to offer, my third eye is the root of all problems. Here’s why; Thoughts of an African Woman I like using smooth operator because he was also made in His image although I’m not sure about the likeness part. He had glistening eyes, bushy long eyelashes like the … Continue reading My Third Eye Sieves

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Beautiful but Unlucky

You Are So Beautiful How Come You’re Single? That’s the question that never gives and with an explanation that could take a whole lifetime. Okay I am exaggerating a little. Nonetheless, why people assume being beautiful guarantees you smooth sailing I wonder.  Take Abigail as an example. She is beautiful, she is smart and she sure knows what she wants in a man. The problem … Continue reading Beautiful but Unlucky

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Draw Me A Map

So you’re calmly seated with a guy you met, two days ago at a certain event. After an exchange of cards you guys exchanged conversations, GIFS, memes and it even got to music. What else was left? Books? Art? Body fluids? Ooh the thought of it drives you back to reality and you catch up to him saying, “Meals in this restaurant taste delicious.” You … Continue reading Draw Me A Map

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Thoughts Of An African Woman #part1

The African man Happy socks, brown shoes, fitted suit and the perfect features. He is seated steps across the room, yet he remains a site to behold. Dark, tall, and handsome meeting the standards of my friend’s preference in men, while supplementing mine in the way he carries himself. He’s got suave, style and his body language surely speaks as his diction sounds. He is … Continue reading Thoughts Of An African Woman #part1

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Context On Why Kianda School Would Refuse To Admit Children Raised By Single Parents

If Kianda school’s policy was unquestionable, it would mean parenting in all nuclear families is uniform. That all children raised in nuclear families exude discipline, love, emotional stability, security and they are not problematic. It would mean all single parents and their offspring are failures and since their children lack all of the above they are a burden to the society. Continue reading Context On Why Kianda School Would Refuse To Admit Children Raised By Single Parents