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Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Oyinprince(m): 9:55pm On Sep 19, 2017
© John Chizoba Vincent


He promised to marry me when I am pregnant for him. That night I decided to give him my body, soul and spirit. We were on bed together telling each other how much we love ourselves and, how we could kill to make sure no one or anything come between us.
Williams was a great man; whose smiles radiated and glowed like the sun. Whenever he smiled to me, I became at peace with myself. He was cute and lovely. He loved to caress me and tell me love stories which was made to water my emotions and soil my feelings for good. I never dreamt of any other man rather than Williams; whose laughter breaks the sadness of my soul.
I gave him my life since he promised to marry me if he see that I am pregnant. He told me that the last lady that he had an affair with could not get pregnant for him for eight years that was why his mother had to chase her away. I was ready to do anything for him because I loved him, I was ready to break my vow of not getting pregnant until I get married, I was ready to overlook my parents advice and allow williams to take that which makes me a woman, I was ready to let go of everything in my life and I allowed him to baptise my life with his glittering words.. I still remembered his words before he took it; he said to me:
" Roses are made for special people and one of the roses made for me is you, and I am here to explore into this rose and make myself a delicious meal"
We both laughed and I allowed him to go into me, he took the virginity I have been keeping for the right man and I saw his smile after that incident. I watched my blood prowled down from the bed to the ground, my tears hunt for freedom from pains and sorrow but I thrust on with myself to accept the fact that we are meant to be because, if we were not, he won't have taken my pride that night. We hugged each other tight in the young night and allowed our hearts to tour through the happy night which watched us with eager eyes from a far distance. Our lives were at their peak, our joy a butterfly that watered the earth and enslaved bitterness.
After some weeks later, I was pregnant for williams and; happily I ran from my house to his to inform him of the new development. At the door of their house, I meet his mother who was coming out from the house with a bowl on her left hand, she wore a carton colour shirt and tied a yellow wrapper which was designed with a catholic pope's pictures and there on the back of her cloth was inscribed "Motherhood experience hurt when it has no good start". She smiled at me a when she sighted me, my heart sagged at the sight of her glamourous face, she never liked me for once since her son began dating me. I was surprise to see her smile at me.
"Good morning ma" I greeted
"Good morning, Ella" she replied "how are you doing?"
" I am good, please is Williams in?"
" No, I hope there is no problem"
" I-- I -- I-" I stammered in fear
"Williams travelled to USA last week, he had gone to the US, Ella."
My mouth went wide open unable to utter a word, I left ashamed of myself, ashamed of selling myself to Williams who came like unblemished lamb and destroyed my future. I left crying of tomorrow; bringing into this world a child that would wake up one day and ask me about his father and I would not have anything to tell him about his father's whereabout. Shame crowded my being but I must move on with the baby in me. I saw what being honest as a woman towards a man could cause to a woman. I never knew love could feel like a heart attack; worst thing I ever had in my life, I was afraid of loosing my self if I ever lost Williams in the arms of another woman. Abortion was not an option to me; no, it never was. I believed I could see myself going through it.
When my parents learned about this, my father was angry with me; he cried aloud to the hearing of the walls in the compound, mother was also disappointed with me. She was demoted from the seat of a chair lady in the woman association in the church because I was pregnant to an unknown man according to them. Everything came clashing upon my life. Fate was against, the wind spoke of evil about me.
With the annoyance and bitterness of the incident, I was chased away from home to go and meet to Williams. During those time I was away from home, life became more unkind to me; to the unborn child I harboured in my womb; to the air and the roads I walked on. No one seemed to know if I ever exist or if I had joined my ancestor in the world beyond but in all, I moved on with courage and confidence that Williams would come home soon to stay by my side; I was certain that the arms of Williams would hold and cover me soon but when would he come to end this madness he created?
I went to meet my girl friend who accomodate me for a while but later moved out of her house when she began to act abnormal to rent my own accommodation with some money I saved while selling sachet water in the street of Lagos.
Some few months later, I bathed Obiajulu, whose face shone brighter than his father's, at the sight of this young toddler on my laps, I remembered Williams and his handsome face that attracted me to condemnation.
Twelve years later, I still sit at the front door waiting for the day Williams would come home to see me and his bouncing boy who looked nothing less than him. He had not called me for the last twelve years and his mother refused to give his number. I have tried getting in touch with him but all to no avail. I still wait for Williams home coming like the farmers wait anxiously for the new rain to plant their crop seedlings.


Source : http://www.youngicee.com/2017/01/waiting-for-williams.html

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by queenitee(f): 10:48am On Sep 20, 2017
Front seat activated
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Slimberry123(f): 2:05pm On Sep 20, 2017
queenitee:
Front seat activated
Right beside you sis
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by PoliticalThuG(m): 3:11pm On Sep 20, 2017
Robbish
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by missuniverse(f): 3:18pm On Sep 20, 2017
following keenly

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Oyinprince(m): 5:14pm On Sep 20, 2017
Political-ThuG:
Robbish
Lol, this guy is still around
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Oyinprince(m): 5:16pm On Sep 20, 2017
queenitee:
Front seat activated
Slimberry123:


Right beside you sis
missuniverse:
following keenly
Ah! na short story o. Make una no wait like the girl, that's the end of the story already
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Slimberry123(f): 5:31pm On Sep 20, 2017
Oyinprince:
Ah! na short story o. Make una no wait like the girl, that's the end of the story already
shocked
Oyinprince:
Ah! na short story o. Make una no wait like the girl, that's the end of the story already

Ahhh..... seriously, welldone shaa...i wish it were longer thou
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Slimberry123(f): 5:32pm On Sep 20, 2017
PoliticalThuG:
Robbish
Ur spellings though... lol... Pls write ur own and lets see...

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by queenitee(f): 9:36am On Sep 21, 2017
Oyinprince:
Ah! na short story o. Make una no wait like the girl, that's the end of the story already
Ah *sad face*
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by queenitee(f): 9:36am On Sep 21, 2017
PoliticalThuG:
Robbish
I'm not surprised, I would only be surprised if you say something nice

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Finstar: 8:10am On Sep 22, 2017
Awesome story.. I love the emotion you were able to convey. Abeg, who have heard of DNB stories? Why aren't they up and doing like before? I have missed their stories like kilode.

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Intellad(m): 8:12am On Sep 22, 2017
I hate gay story
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by dimssy(m): 9:13am On Sep 22, 2017
It's a great honor to welcome everyone here as we start another epic and suspense filled story from my homie oyinprince. Don't forget we are here to serve you.

There is popcorn, biscuit, food, assorted meat and drinks.
NOTE: everything has being paid for by lalasticlala and Seun.
Yourz handsomely,
Dimssy

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by xtremeTall(m): 9:14am On Sep 22, 2017
WOW...dis story is similar to my encounter with LAIDE

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by prosper21(m): 9:37am On Sep 22, 2017
More strength!

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by dojnr4real: 10:33am On Sep 22, 2017
More grace...

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Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by sevunteen(m): 12:29pm On Sep 22, 2017
xtremeTall:
WOW...dis story is similar to my encounter with LAIDE
Who is laide kiss cry
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by xtremeTall(m): 1:11pm On Sep 22, 2017
sevunteen:
Who is laide kiss cry
my crush
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Talius(m): 9:54pm On Sep 24, 2017
Finstar:
Awesome story.. I love the emotion you were able to convey. Abeg, who have heard of DNB stories? Why aren't they up and doing like before? I have missed their stories like kilode.
I wonder why DNB went under; Daniel was good.
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Finstar: 12:26am On Sep 25, 2017
Talius:

I wonder why DNB went under; Daniel was good.

Looks like he has turn his blog to an entertainment and LGBT support group.. I do visit his blog daily. If he had kept the pace he began with, his blog would have been a booming platform by now.
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Talius(m): 7:56am On Sep 25, 2017
Finstar:


Looks like he has turn his blog to an entertainment and LGBT support group.. I do visit his blog daily. If he had kept the pace he began with, his blog would have been a booming platform by now.
Very true. It's all good though.
Re: Waiting For Williams - A Short Story by Finstar: 8:01am On Sep 25, 2017
Yes.. Perhaps that's what makes him happier
Talius:

Very true. It's all good though.

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