The rain poured heavily, sending shivers down her spine.
Enveloped into her soft bed with arms held tight together, and carefully tucked in between her legs.
She laid there unbothered by the soft kisses of rain...
Small white clouds hung in the air.
It left stains of grey before it disappeared.
Njideka watched as one she puffed out from the circle of her lips, hit a face she recognized.
He reached out, gently...
Her mind was still foggy.
She couldn't remember exactly what happened. But she knew it happened.
Walking into the well equipped gym a half hour away from her house, she glanced around for the punching bag...
The physiology, biochemistry, and anatomy of heartbreaks - the maniacal musketeers of a pain unwanted;
Njideka knew it, full-blown.
An unconscious tear rolled down her eye.
She had been laying in bed for days, barely in motion.
Njideka staggered into the brown stained compound, not caring for the wide eyed stares that greeted her.
She counted her steps, fearing the fall of a lifetime that would be pleased to receive her swollen...