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THE BREAK UP! Dorothy walks into her boyfriend’s compound. The gate-man, Aminu opened the gate for her with the same smile on his fac...


Dorothy walks into her boyfriend’s compound. The gate-man, Aminu opened the gate for her with the same smile on his face. “Welcome madam,” Aminu greeted her ebulliently. “Thank you Aminu. How are you today?” “Good madam.” “Is Frederick home?” “Yes madam.” Dorothy and Frederick were University sweethearts. They had been dating each other for over seven years. Over the last year, life had finally begun to smile on Frederick. His business has finally taken off at supersonic speed. He moved into the new house just six months earlier. The two of them had been through a rocky path. They argued, broke up momentarily and reconciled days afterwards. 

Dorothy had never loved anyone as much as she loved Fred. Despite their problems and the hard times that Frederick had to go through, she had stood by him with a stalwart resilience. Now, she can hear wedding bells in her dreams. Life has finally begun to offer blessing to them and she could not be more thankful to God. “Hello honey!” She greeted as she entered the large living room. “Hi,” Frederick greeted her rather coldly. “Are you okay darling?” She inquired. “Yes, I am fine. Actually, I have something to discuss with you.” She sat beside him, placing her hand on his shoulder. She stroked him gently, but he got up rather abruptly and headed for the kitchen. When he returned, he sat on the couch opposite. Dorothy noticed that. Her heart began to pound, slowly at first and then fiercely as the frown on Frederick’s face grew uglier.

“I have been meaning to discuss this with you Dorothy. I…I…In short, I think it is time to end our relationship. I no longer love you. I think it is only fair that you are with someone who truly cares for you. I would love to, but truly, my heart is not with you anymore. I am very sorry. I thank you for everything you have done for me over the past years, but I think it is time to end this relationship. Please forgive me. I wish you all the best…” Dorothy watched in shock. She nearly suffered a heart attack. Her hands quivered violently, pounding wildly against her poor rib cage. Her hands were akin to those of someone suffering Parkinson’s disease. Despite the air conditioner, a thick streak of sweat darted across her face as she sought for words.

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