Credits rolled on the TV screen, signalling the end of the movie. Olu picked up the remote control and reduced the volume, then aimed a playful kick at his friend’s ankles.
“Wake up sleepy chicken, the movie is over now.”
Sola muttered and got up from his position on the floor, then slowly stood up and yawned loudly.
“Thank God it is,” he said, stretching his body as he did so. “Only God knows what you see in all these crazy and psychotic horror movies you devote your time to watching. More...
Six months ago…
“I think she’s awake now, go and get the doctor.”
It was Yele’s voice. I tried to turn my head in the direction it came from, but my neck muscles protested vehemently. I needn’t have bothered; he was immediately at my side, concern written all over his handsome face. I was in hospital.
“Hello there. Thank God you’re awake. You scared us you know. How do you feel?”
I wanted to say something, anything. I wanted to ask him a million questions; I wanted More...
As the seconds tick,
So does my heart beat.
Every second of every minute and every hour….
Many thoughts will come,
And a few of those will eventually find their way,
To being shared in this domain.
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