Archive - July 2019

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The man who’d make you miserable…
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He said, she thought…
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The Cracked Screen

The man who’d make you miserable…

Esohe saw none of it. Folarin was suave, cocky with a confidence level bordering dangerously at an arrogant angle. Critical of some of Esohe’s moves, ideas, choices, and even friends, and she let him change her. A power dresser with a wardrobe his job in a multinational funded easily. At 5 ‘8’, he once confessed to Esohe that he wasn’t exactly at the height he would have preferred but would make do with it anyway. His suits moulded his lanky frame, exuding just the right amount of importance and ego he needed to exert authority and respect. His ebony head was almost always clean shaven, a smooth flow into an equally shaven face, free of any additional strand of hair either save for his eyebrows above a pair of brooding, deep set eyes and sensual, slightly full lips. He was all about his image, outward appearance, and Esohe, distractingly pretty and easy to manipulate trophy wife was perfect for his external impression on the world. He said the right things; he made the right moves, grand gestures on special days that rocked her world. Esohe was totally smitten. He was her knight in shining armour. The one.

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He said, she thought…

If he didn’t score high in her potentials’ list, then why the heck did her foolish heart just skip a beat at the mere sound of his voice?! She thought as she swiftly hurried into the compound of TFC which was right in front of her, escaping the traffic noise and finding some semblance of calm beneath the awning at the entrance of the fast food place.

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The Cracked Screen

No points for telling he was a tall specimen of a man. 6’1 or 6’2 judging from his endless limbs extended in front of him. A goatee or days’ old beard darkened his well-defined chin, a rather charming addition to his handsome face of warm, brown – coloured, twinkling eyes and thin lips that curved often into a grin or a mischievous smile. No wedding band. Nice casual dressing – his pair of black and neon Nike converse, the baggy blue jeans underneath a form – fitting, plain, black T-shirt and a black baseball cap. His patient interaction with the children.

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