Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Familiar Strangers Who Hurt Us by Oluchukwu Ndudiechi.

Dear DAB Readers,

Oluchukwu Ndudiechi is a twenty-one year old young girl who wants to live life to the fullest. She has so many things she wants to do and she is on it. She is a strong lady and a survivor. Hear Her...
Sent by Oluchukwu Ndudiechi, via the internet.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Cursed With Rape by Chioma Ndu.

Dear DAB Readers,

Chioma Ndu is a twenty-five year old girl who looks nothing like she has been through.  She now loves life. She has learned to believe in love and kindness.  She has a special place in her heart for kind people.  She hopes to write about her life someday, or share her life experiences verbally. She since learned to always try. She hardly gives up on anything.
She never thought she would get to a point in her life where she would need no validation from a second party. She is impressed with herself. She is here and it feels like home. Hear Her…
Photo belongs to Chioma Ndu

Monday, 7 November 2016


Dear DAB Readers,
I have been offline for a while now, I still am. I thought to share with you today the first piece I wrote when I arrived England. I have written some letters to a sister in Nigeria after this piece, about my subsequent observations and experiences, and I hope I get to share them at some point.
Thank you for the emails and love and kind words, I appreciate. And although I may not have responded, please know that you have my love.
This is a long read, but I hope it would be worth it.
Photo belongs to the internet, not me.

Thursday, 29 September 2016

I Stumbled Upon A Palm-Reader.

Dear DAB Readers,

Love and light to you and yours. It's been smooth and tough. Some days have been wonderful and other days, my phone was too heavy to lift. But I am in a good place now. Right this moment, as I type this, I am happy. I'm to trying, everyday, to consciously live in the now; to be present; to see people around me; to smile more; to love more; to give more; to think more about the beautiful things; to dwell on the beauty of life.
Hi Honey!

Monday, 12 September 2016

I Write What I Choose To Write, Darlings.

Dear DAB Readers,

Love and light to you and yours. I hope we're all breathing and loving? I've been so unbelievably stressed out, but the love I'm surrounded by is greater.
I don't know that girl behind me

Thursday, 25 August 2016

When You Decide To Practice Being Rich And Luxurious.

Dear DAB Readers,

Money to you and yours. Yes, I said money. With money comes peace and love and everything in-between. Anyone who tells you that money isn't everything, doesn't like you. Poverty is a sin, I tell you.
Money be unto you!

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Clean Your Balls And Do Not Bring Gender Into Hygiene.

Dear DAB Readers,
Love and light to you and yours. I haven't been active online because deadlines and all. But I peep sometimes just to see what's popping. I trust we're all fabulous.
This photo looks weird in a way, but I love it!!!

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Dearest Cousin, Sleep Well, My Baby.

Dear DAB Readers,

How are we? How are we treating life? Love and light to you and yours on this beautiful sunny day.

I am currently at the library, thinking, as always. Pondering, if you like. Life is both beautiful and messy, I tell you.
Photo Belongs To Me.

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

It All Started When I was Eight Years Old by C.N

Dear DAB Readers,

C.N is a 20 year old girl who believes that despite her pain, despite her brokenness, she can still produce beauty. She's a writer and visual communicator.
Photo sent by C.N.

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Fear Kept Me Silent, Until Now by Koko-ette.

Dear DAB Readers,

Koko-ette is a young girl who enjoys walking under trees and feeling the breeze on her face. She enjoys listening to people's experiences and always looks forward to having deep, heartfelt night-time conversations with sincere human beings. She believes that in-spite of the vulnerability, there is something so liberating about not pretending. Hear Her...

Photo belongs to Koko-ette.