Krystal Pen

Fiction, Poetry and everything Literary. Every voice should be heard.

Worry, marriage and Ladies: A needless treat

I have always had my ears pecked on matters like ladies getting worried when time is on the critical side, but I never knew it was this earnest untill I got a confession from an acquaintance. So I decided to write this post. Naturally, when we draw up a priority list, more Salient things appear ahead of others. They are more often than not things that require us to exert […]

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Anuptaphobia: Good food could just land you there.

Opportunities abound. They also pass like thunderbolt. Most importantly, marriagable age could languish like a cloudy aurora. Do not let the razzmatazz of the wee days of life sweep away your sentience.  Because by the time you realize age could be as swift as time itself, your body could as well be struggling to adapt to the unpalatability of geezerhood. That is when ladies start getting worried. For the many […]

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Delusory Models: Mrs. Stella’s testimony could give you a better blueprint of how a marriage can strive

Left for celebrities alone, marriages are just one of those regular delusive stage-managed acts with a frozen kick-off and terminus. It will be hard to tell if they at all place priority on it. Most are almost predictable like the indisputable shift of a caterpillar. The regular couple had always known their union to be sacred as it were, and so would ward it painstakingly. But it appears the tide […]

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A scorned advice led to this foreigner’s misfortune

Nigeria’s name doesn’t get any palatable in the lips of white men. Part of it is because of profoundly desperate girls who levitate theirselves like clouds in the faces of white men. And they do not always stop untill they get something out of their desperation. It seems even the white men haven’t gotten any wiser, with all they have associated our name with. Last week a white man resorted […]

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Life expectancy: The Japanese’ secret.

According to WHO, the life expectancy of Nigeria is 53 and 56years for male and female respectively, currently. For those who might not really know about life expectancy evaluations, life expectancy is a statistical measure of the average years people of a particular country are expected to live. These evaluations are done based on the year of birth, current age and other demographic factors including sex. It doesn’t mean you […]

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Obasanjo might just be right

When I read the article; “Buhari not sound in economy, foreign affairs–Obasanjo” from PUNCH, I said to myself that baba is just one old man who is never tired of fostering his controversial voice. But then when I came across some statistics, I thought he might just be right. The Nigerian economy is currently going through the toughest times in as many years. Take a look at the statistics of […]

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