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Repercussion.

PRESENT DAY.

 

Mike hadn’t come home in the past weeks, I kept calling him but he won’t pick my calls.

I got a blue tick every time I sent a WhatsApp message – he was reading them, he just wasn’t replying.

I moved through the motions with everyday that went by, I was besides myself with pain and then, Monday morning happened.

That day started off like any other day, I prepared my girls for school and they hopped on the school bus and waved me goodbye. I stepped into the shower and took a bath.

I had just come out of the shower when I heard a knock on my door,
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CHINELO.

In the summer of the Year 2017, my family and I moved to the suburbs.

Dad had just bought a house there and I was ecstatic. Mum didn’t seem to like the move so much, she missed the city life, but I didn’t mind at all.

I liked the quietness, there were no cars horning their way through in the early hours of the morning and there was no traffic! Our home was big, and we even had a yard! Dad had a swing installed right in the center of the yard, I loved it! I would sit on the swing in the cool of the evenings, reading a book.
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UCHENNA’S STORY (PART 2)

Uchenna’s palm felt numb from holding the tumbler. He took a sip from the glass, but it didn’t soothe his senses anymore, the drink had gone warm.

He pulled his weight forward, placing the tumbler on the table in front of him.
He had just spoken with Pearl, he almost could not believe it!

She called him, after so many Years of silence. But it was not the kind of call he would have wanted, he had thought she was happy, believed completely that she was.
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UCHENNA’S STORY. (PART 1)

Uchenna took a sip from the tumbler in his grip. He shut his eyes as the chilled orange juice travelled down his dry throat. It had been a long day at work, and Holland’s summer had him feeling clammy all afternoon.

He slid further into the couch, enjoying the refreshing feeling of the drink.

The ring on his phone forced his eyes to open.
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THE OTHER WOMAN.

The sounds of cutlery clinking against plates rang through the medium sized dining room. Happy chatter and laughter echoed through it’s warm gray walls.

Colourful dishes adorned the long marble top table, filling the air with sweet aroma.

Kayla put a little bit of everything on her plate, determined to fill her stomach with the dishes she missed from her mother’s kitchen.
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CHOICES.(18+)

I often wondered what I would do if I saw her again.

She did not contact me for a year and I didn’t reach out to her either. Then┬áthat evening happened.

I got out of the shower to a beeping notification light on my phone.
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TEENAGE LOVE.

2004.

Federal Government College Vandeikya.

 

Jss1- Ss2 girls of Mande house lined up in front of their hostel, this was their custom whenever announcements were to be made.

Senior Caroline, the house captain climbed upon the stage.

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A VISIT TO THE COUNSELOR

“Hello good afternoon. I’m here to see Mr. Iben Shedrack.” Claura said to the receptionist.

The young receptionist lifted her head from her computer. “You’re welcome Ma. Is this your first time of being here?”

She was a dark young girl with with a plump body. She held her thick natural hair up in a bun and her face was devoid of makeup. Claura thought she needed some foundation, that would have covered some of those pimples she had on.

“Yes it is.”

“You are welcome Ma. Please fill this form while you wait” she slid an A4 sized paper to Claura. “He is attending to someone at the moment” Read more

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