Monthly Archives: August 2010

The little girl who wanted to be white

When Zizi’s daughter Sammy came home one evening and demanded that she wanted white skin instead of black skin Zizi was flabberghasted ane didn’t know how to respond to the child. Did she do something wrong in raising her was … Continue reading

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Short story – Language barriers

Marjorie was feeling under the weather today and she decided she would not go to school.  She was having her menstruation and she always felt very weak and irritable on the first couple days in addition to the migraines she … Continue reading

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Shortstory – To Those who Wait

            Denise sat at her desk twirling her pens in her hand smiling unconsciously thinking of her date with Jeremy. He had made quite an impression on her at gym the other day when she almost slipped and he was … Continue reading

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