Transform through words
I entered my first year in the University as the very definition of a green horn but Nii broke those horns off my head. I could feel his manhood finally go through me after several minutes of teasing. Quite a number of rhythmic thrusts, spasms of pleasure, and he was collapsed on the floor… Read More »
It’s all so mounted up It’s gonna run like a fountain Its boiling up The world is thirsty for your water Quit turtling up There’s so much inside you Pour it all out Ain’t it been in there? Right from the onset? Been fed, nurtured And now matured It’s all grown up Quit bottling… Read More »
The first thing about Araba Eduafoa is this: she is a ‘Jesus-freak’ and isn’t sorry about it.
Araba is an author of stories of varying genres, poems and songs.
She is an old student of St. Rose’s Senior High School of Akwatia in Eastern Ghana and has obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Ghana.
She’s got no doctorate degree in literary writing; she writes by inspiration.