Worth More Than

This story begins with the disco hall near my residence (residence because apartment is too generous and rental is too modest). It is 2AM in the morning and because it is a Public Holiday, the entire neighbourhood is treated to a generous supply of loud rocking music. The first time I noticed the disco hall […]

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Never Go Back – A Book Review

How many times do we do the same things we vowed we’d never do? How many times do we go through the same experiences that gave us sleepless and tearful nights? Do we ever find ourselves dating the same person, only having a different face, name and address from our last traumatic relationship? Could it […]

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Of Pain

By Eunice Aber When you read literatureWhen you peruse through social mediaWhen you watch televisionYou find out that the world is a global village of pain and struggle. Of people inflicting painOn themselves and othersSometimes unknowingly. Of people looking away with shameWhen they should set fear asideAnd face the blame. The world is a global […]

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The Way We Take

  • by Eunice Aber
  • Oct 07, 2019
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By Eunice Aber Where did the bubbles go?Where did the butterflies go?Did we get too comfortable?Did we get so used to…?Did the warmth cease to matter?Did the laughter cease to form?Did we, as we climbed steep mountains togetherand crossed new paths in each other’s company,forget to look into each other’s hearts?Did we focus on the […]

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Qualified Beauty

By Eunice Aber Once again, Queen Bey drops a number that does not just turn ears, but hearts too. And it comes at an opportune time for me. Of late, I realised discrimination was far more complicated than black and white, or woman and man. I have since resigned to the possibility that humans are […]

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Twenty Four

By Eunice Aber 24 is obviously the age before 25. But it also is in a scary way, the age when it begins to dawn on you that you’re approaching quarter a century and have nothing you can put to your name. Given that the world follows the rules of normal distribution, this isn’t always […]

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