Day 11 (Tales by MoonWright)

“Everything is not always as it seems.” ⁃ Charles Westmoreland, Prison Break “A mind needs books like a sword needs a whetstone.” ⁃ Tyrion Lannister, Game of Thrones “There’s nothing more powerful in the world than a good story.” ⁃ Tyrion Lannister, Game of Thrones “I don’t want it.” ⁃ Jon Snow, Game of Thrones […]

Day 10 (Tales by MoonWright)

I can’t remember but I think we had just finished our JS1 exams, so we were free and noisy. Everyone was having some sort of fun. Me and some friends were playing table soccer and whenever one of us was about to use the pen cover to apply pressure on the button to score, Chico […]

Day 9 (Tales by MoonWright)

Dear Ayo, How are you, really? I’ve missed you. I miss the old days. A lot has changed now and you’re not the same person you were few years ago. I know you wish you could rewind time and make better decisions. I’ve always known you to beat yourself up, but you’ve been doing too […]

Day 7 (Tales by MoonWright)

My favourite sitcom while growing up was The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It still is. What a fantastic show. Whatever sad or bad mood I’m in, just one episode of this show and I would laugh my head off and be good again. Rounding up Senior Secondary school then, we had our future to think […]

Day 6 (Tales by MoonWright)

To be very honest with you, I had already concluded I wasn’t going to write anything today because I couldn’t think of any major thing I’m particularly proud of in my life at the moment. Then I thought about this writing challenge, how this is the first time I’ve written something consecutively for six days, […]

Day 5 (Tales by MoonWright)

Something I wish people paid more attention to? The upcoming person. I wish that, in our dealings with someone, we paid more attention to the upcoming person. The person that our actions or inactions towards this someone will affect positively or negatively. I wish we paid more attention to the upcoming person, so that he […]

THE NIGHT IN MOROCCO

  The journey from London to Casablanca was smooth. No problems whatsoever.  Every necessary procedure was followed – from the take-off instructions to the landing instructions. We were supposed to have a 1hour stopover at Casablanca before leaving for Lagos, but that wasn’t the case as we were already told to start boarding the plane […]

The Ripple Effect

‘Gala! Gala! Buy your fresh Gala!’ It was just another day in a long Lagos(Nigeria) traffic where there was no clear reason for the ‘hold-up’ and owners of sophisticated and not too sophisticated cars shared the space on the road. No levels or preferential treatments involved, everyone being united (or sometimes understandably selfish) with the […]