AN EPISTLE OF JUDAISKY TO AFRICA
CHAPTER 12, VERSE 26
COME OUT AND SEE
Yesterday, I was seeing a movie because I was tired of writing or my muse was on vacation. All of a sudden, I heard a commotion outside and my friend was profusely laughing like it’s doctor’s prescription.
I didn’t want to lose concentration on the movie because it was very interesting a movie but he told me to come and see, still laughing like a latest mad man in the street.
I paused the movie and came to feed my eyes. Lo and behold, they were girls fighting over a man who has already entered his motor and zoomed off.
But one thing surprised me. Others were laughing but I didn’t know why I didn’t laugh.
I tried to but it seemed not coming then I knew what was happening wasn’t something of laughter but a thing of behemoth disgrace and venality.
The guy that caused the fight has already gone and here lies two young ladies tearing their clothes and rendering insults on each other.
I asked myself if what they were fighting for was love, lust or the wealth of the guy and here are my resolutions.
If it was love, they would have let it slide or one letting go for the other because love is all about giving happiness to the one you love even at the expense of your own joy. Such is the lot of true love.
If it was lust, they would fight to please their flesh because they love what they were getting from him.
The pleasure at crest, the words coming out of him or the way he is treating them that match their body.
And if it was wealth, they would do all the necessaries to make sure they retain and have him for theirselves.
Now it’s left to you to judge but don’t worry, I have a better way to juxtapose this but…
Till I cross your path again_
I hang my pen 🖋
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