CHOICES.(18+)

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

She didn’t contact me for a Year, and I didn’t reach out to her either.

Then that evening happened.

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

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LET THEM GO.

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Haven’t we all? .

At some point in your life, you may have allowed someone to treat you less than you knew you deserved to be treated. They took advantage of the love you so freely gave to them, and maybe even used you for their selfish purposes.

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ESTAR AGRADECIDOS.

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The Water pump got broken the other day. So for two days, we didn’t have water running in the house. We had to go fetch it from a neighbor’s house. It was frustrating and I hated it!

I realized how much comfort it had brought me when there was water running in the house.

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INNOCENT LOVE.

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It was a cool Saturday morning of the year 2004, in Federal Government College Vandeikya.

The Jss1- Ss2 girls of Mande house, lined up for their hostel assembly, as was their tradition whenever announcements were to be made to the entire house members.

Senior Caroline, the house captain took the stage and began to address the girls

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A VISIT TO THE COUNSELOR

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

“You’re welcome Ma. Is this your first time of been here?”

The receptionist was a dark skinned young adult, with a plump body. She wore her natural thick hair in a classic bun style. She had no makeup on. Claura thought her face needed some foundation and powder. That could have at least, covered some of those pimples she had on.

She nodded. “Yes it is.”

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CATCHING FEELINGS.(18+)

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Angela tightened her fingers around the steering wheel of her black Toyota Corolla. She took in deep breaths, exhaling heavily. She wasn’t driving. She was parked in Liam’s compound. The gateman had opened the gate for her twenty minutes ago. Liam was expecting her, and she was summering the courage to

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THE STRUGGLE.

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She stood in front of the mirror, with a copy of the Elle magazine in one hand. She would glance at the girls in the magazine and back at herself, and she looked nothing like them.

They had skin so fair, she had skin so brown

Their legs were long and endless, hers were, well, just alright

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