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Story Berry 12- The Night Sings To Me

The night is singing to me A serenading melody; Washing over me With notes of reminders That dawn is imminent -Goodness One thing Okafor Obiora loved about nights was the fact that he didn’t need to close his eyes to see just blackness. The night was a great companion, the kind that tagged along in… Continue reading Story Berry 12- The Night Sings To Me

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Story Berry 10: ABOUT SUNDAYS, CHOIRS AND RANGES

The choir rendered their song, moving together from left to right and clapping their hands over their heads. Timothy Elegbede watched how their gowns flopped around them and he remembered what made him loathe being in the choir, the reason why he never succumbed to his mother’s frequent pleas for him to serve God with… Continue reading Story Berry 10: ABOUT SUNDAYS, CHOIRS AND RANGES

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Story Berry VIII- Thank God It’s Frinay

Shalewa Marquis stepped into her day grumpy. It was an auspicious day: the sky was azure with the sun glowing in its belly, friendly and full; the palm trees on the far left corner of her apartment swayed their praises; the muddy puddle on the pathway from her house rippled around the insects that darted… Continue reading Story Berry VIII- Thank God It’s Frinay

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About My Favorite Novella in Francine Rivers’ ‘Lineage of Grace’

I bet you can’t imagine the amount of sheer sorrow that filled the earth because of Jesus’ death. Joseph, his father is said to have died before Jesus died. Bible scholars say this and scriptures give grounds to it, especially because Joseph was not heard of in any of the four gospel accounts at the… Continue reading About My Favorite Novella in Francine Rivers’ ‘Lineage of Grace’