Adaeze Calls Merrick

A week had passed since she said goodbye to Aamin at Heathrow. During that time, she hadn't been able to stop thinking about Merrick until finally, she decided she would call him that morning or go completely out of her mind. She rushed into the bedroom, dug her hand bag out of the closet, retrieved …

Saying Goodbye

"I guess this really is goodbye," Aamin said to Adaeze. They were at Heathrow. He was on his way to Dubai. This was the last time they were going to see each other. Adaeze nodded. "Yes." She was overcome with sadness. "I wish things didn't have to end like this." "I know." "So, I can't …

Abuja, the Lake & the Girl

She stood by the tree, watching him as he walked along the wooden plank above the lake. He was half naked and bare feet, wearing only swimming trunks. He had a very nice physique. She had never seen him before and she had been coming to this lake for a while now. Was he a …

Jabulani Arrives in London

After kissing and saying goodbye to Avianna, Dr. Klein let himself out of the house and went down the short flight of steps to where his car was parked. It was about five minutes after seven in the evening. He was on his way to pick Jabulani up from Heathrow. Excitement filled him. It had …

Sarifina Calls Maxime Again

Sarifina lay in bed, feeling depressed. Who was the woman who answered Maxime's phone and why was she so rude to her? She didn't even ask if she wanted to leave a message for Maxime. Instead, she had hung up the phone after telling her that he was unavailable. When her aunt had returned to …

Going Away

"You're going away? For how long?" "For three weeks." "Where are you going?" "New York, Milan and Paris." "You'll be gone for three weeks." Three weeks seemed like a long time to me. It was hard not seeing her for a day, much less three weeks. What was I going to do when she was …

Led by God

Roman was in the park, tying the laces on his running shoes when Janice walked up to him.  He glanced up.  "What are you doing here?" he asked. "I'm here to see you, of course," she replied.  "I missed you yesterday.  We all did, especially the kids.  The annual church picnic just wasn't the same …

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