Tag: deeva prose

QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 3

By: admin September 3, 2014

One day, my second sister, Paulina paid Ngozi a visit. As she sat in the living room and made herself comfortable, she perceived the sweet aroma of melon soup wafting
#WisdomWednesday| DEEVA PROSE: Who Is A ‘Gywee’?

By: admin May 14, 2014

Have you noticed people are becoming more and more creative with words? Beyonce Knowles created the word ‘bootylicious’; a word that has come to define a woman who is voluptuously
#WisdomWednesday|DEEVA PROSE: “The Most High” [PART 2]

By: admin May 7, 2014

Talking about blasphemy, I want to elaborate on that post I once read from a twitter handle infamous for posting very rude tweets. The post which said: “My son told
#WisdomWednesday|DEEVA PROSE: “The Most High” [PART 1]

By: admin April 30, 2014

A good friend of mine stumbled upon a post on Facebook. It got her so furious that she couldn’t sleep that night. She felt she hadn’t proven her love for
#WisdomWednesday|DEEVA PROSE: It Takes Two Part 2 – The Female Culprit

By: admin April 23, 2014

I once met a woman who made all the escapades of our men folk seem like child’s play. Gina is truly every husband’s worst nightmare. According to her, she was
#WisdomWednesday|DEEVA PROSE: It Takes Two Part 1-The Male Culprit

By: admin April 16, 2014

I read in a newspaper, about a couple’s dinner organized by a Christian women’s fellowship. It was an event that was put together to create an ambience for marital counselling.
#WisdomWednesdays|DEEVA PROSE: Who Sets The World’s Beauty Standards?

By: admin April 9, 2014

In 2009, I had a friend come visit. It so happened that she met two of my daughters, Nadine and Chavonne playing the game of ‘pretend .’ On this day,
DEEVA PROSE: The Funny Side Of The Bed

By: admin March 19, 2014

Usually, when you start your day feeling irritably angry at everyone and everything, people will ask if you woke up from the wrong side of the bed. On this day,
DEEVA PROSE: I Have No Magic Wand

By: admin March 12, 2014

Sometimes I wish I had a magic wand. I feel so sad when I see all the injustice going on in the world. I hear them on the radio, I
DEEVA PROSE: The Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe

By: admin March 5, 2014

“There was an old woman who lived in a shoe. She had so many children; she didn’t know what to do. She made them some broth without any bread, And