Hello darlings, I know I have been away for too long. This is not the intention, I can’t even type straight without feeling so bad about it. I would give you heads up in future. A million thank you to Lara Oseni for checking up on me, I can’t believe you noticed. I just stumbled on her blog like a month ago and she realized I have stopped posting and she reached out. It means a lot, dear.
So this post is going to be in like 3 parts because I would not like to bore you all with details about me in one post. It can really get long even when the intention is not to make it long.
When you fear nothing, you have nothing to fear-S.F. Chandler
Queen of Ice is a fiction written by Aminat Sanmi-Kamal. She’s called Aminatawa by friends and I prefer to call her that too. She’s a final year student of Law at the University of Ilorin. When she’s not writing or blogging, she’s either in class, reading a book, watching a movie, or sleeping and she also like to gist with her girlfriends. y’all should go check out her blog Aminatawastories. Her strong views about issues are too captivating and magical.
They say I am boring
I may never know but I really do not care
Could be because I’m fine with my ‘boring’ life
But it makes me happy
I’m a bathroom Singer
I don’t miss Karaoke
I don’t even know how to start a twerk
Why should I bother about clubbing?
The second and last time I tried to,
I could not speak without shouting
The smoke choked me
And I was drunk after the first cup of Henny
He loves her Even in her imperfection With her dirt and secrets With her ache and pain With her lies and uncouth behavior He made her better Corrected her with love Taught her about self love Treated her as a human And respected her She was slipping into oblivion The damage has been done It was too late to correct…
‘You are going to be a father’
‘No! No baby, not yet. We are not ready’
He managed to convince her how the child is coming at the wrong time
They are still in school
And still rely on their parents for survival
It can’t happen now
The child was not given a chance to decide its fate