More than two weeks ago, a couple of super-cool things happened to me. I’m going to recount because of the love and gratitude I feel for these people. I don’t like humans. Humans are unnecessarily evil. But, in fact, everything has its good and bad, and really, some people make me want to restore my… Continue reading Random Niceness. People, I love you!
You are... An empty room that echoes The voices of sages and sinners And I hear The words Come out Of you; And wonder if they are your own. You are full Of teachings Of wisest and worst And can't Tell them Apart. My words leak out, Back to me; You don't wonder if they… Continue reading Shadow
I consider myself a cathartic writer. I write spontaneously, in the moment, start and finish things on the spot, in the moment. I haven’t always done that. When I was younger – I’m talking five to seven years ago – I used to write long stories like novellas or novels. I was able to remain… Continue reading Writing Long Stories
[Author's note: I suspect people are going to try to kill me if I don't make it clear that this post is written from the POV of a fictional persona. (Whispers on the side "But isn't fiction really the best way to hide behind the revelation of what the author himself thinks?" *evil laugh*) To… Continue reading An Unsent Letter to a Hero
People are confused. Some of them have strange god-complexes, and they ain’t even know it! As a Christian, I am speaking from this perspective, not to preach, but to point something out. I’ll start from Jeremiah 29:11. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declared the LORD, “Plans to prosper you and not… Continue reading And That’s Why You Ain’t God
I’m becoming good with coming up with titles these days. LOL. This story is a few months old. (I just haven’t told it yet.) It’s also about my little brother. I sigh because the interesting things always happen when I’m not at home. But here we go. William Delali Ofori Jnr was a boy with… Continue reading It’s Past(a) Your Dinnertime