Ireyi(word)

Story, story.  There was a woman who had two children. We shall call them Tolu and Bola. The woman was popularly known has Iya Bola or mummy Bola. Tolu and Bola had four years gap between them but they were as close as bread and butter. They had a cousin, who was an only child …

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Modelling from my perspective: the journey 1

"Learning who you are is what you are here to do." _ R.J. Palacio Few days back I posted a picture of myself on instagram with the above caption. Hello there, beautiful people, this is Mimi Ashama and welcome to my blog. I hope you have fun reading this as much as I did when …

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I give up

Knock! knock! Hello, it's me. I just came to let you know I'm a coward, I cannot keep on fighting it, The tiredness I mean. This strong girl that people see everywhere, Ain't nothing than a weakling. My facade is crumbling and so is my wall. I try so hard to appear unaffected and unfeeling …

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Too late

It's never too late to fight for what was meant to be. It's too late to say sorry for the wrong doings, Even when I know I am at fault and the damage cannot be repaired by my words. It's too late to take back the words I say, Even if I apologise. The mark …

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