Category: Tale Africa

The Best Stories, Poetry and Inspiration from the continent

Short Stories, Tale Africa

A Son’s Betrayal (5)

By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda The Great Father charged at Orhóvihir. Israfel and Eiael shone brightly with all the power of the Great Father as he came flying towards Orhóvihir. His expression was a mask of pure rage and hatred as he looked at only Orhóvihir. His mouth was a thin line of concentration hidden by the thick white beard […]

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Secrets

By Chido Nyandoro, Zimbabwe You tuck them in my pocket sleeves Like tiny beach shells Those little secrets But each time you taste that wine Out they spill for anyone willing to hear 94 total views, no views today

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A Son’s Betrayal (4)

By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda Orhóvihir was more determined to fight his father for the mantle of Great Father. Something inside of him sparked a resistance to the force of his father. His body quaked with the effort he put in to withstand his father’s power. He suddenly felt the force clear. Orhóvihir did not wait for his father to […]

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A Son’s Betrayal (3)

He sprung towards his father knowing that he had to take him by surprise. Orhóvihir knew that he was weaker than the Great Father. Although he was the offspring of the Great Father and Mother, Orhóvihir was no match for the father of creation. His father had just told him that he came into being through sheer force of will. […]

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A Son’s Betrayal (2)

By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda Like a great white light, the great city of Ear-el revealed itself. Like a shinning beacon in the darkest night, the city The Great Father had created for his children stood tall amongst the clouds that filled the sky. Its massive towers seemed to touch the ends of the sky. The tall spires of the […]

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