Keeping Peace #4

“Clement was at my house early this morning.” Stephanie’s mum had begun during lunch break at her office and Stephanie was taken aback. “Listen, I truly understand how you feel but I still maintain that if you really want to have a blissful, peaceful relationship with anyone, you must be ready to pay a price. … More Keeping Peace #4

Odd Fate #5

6: 30 pm, after hours of intense combing of the ocean depth for Mary and the Strange Man, and with darkness taking over the arena, the search team was at the verge of giving up for the day. It would mean that Captain Gregory’s only child had been drowned in the massive ocean and coming … More Odd Fate #5

Dogs Don’t Care

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You own the house, the tenant owns the dog. You have to travel and stay away for quite some time for a reason. Finally, you decide to go back home and on reaching your house you discover you can’t enter your own house. Your tenants furious dog is right in front…

Odd Fate #4

It was 5:32 pm same day, Mary’s father lay unconscious in the hospital bed at Eko General Hospital with oxygen mask over his nose. His neck was secured with braces and right leg heavily bandaged and raised above the rest of his body. Mary’s mother sat by his side crying softly. Her tears flowed like … More Odd Fate #4

Odd Fate #3

The windstorm increased its velocity and in seconds they hovered above the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. It steadied itself on the wet sandy beach, a few centimetres from the seashore, lingered there for a while, spinned closer to the waters and dropped them. Mary lay where she was dropped dizzy. The strange man had … More Odd Fate #3