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SOLILOQUIES
by A Loco Viva Voce « on: February 06, 2016, 11:07:32 AM »




Hello readers! Welcome to GUEST POST WEEKEND and today’s Guest Post is a short story written by IK Chikezie titled Soliloquies.

IK is a graduate of English, University of Port Harcourt. She writes romance, religious and flash fiction. She blogs @ kellychikezieblog.wordpress.com and ikcheez.blogspot.com. You can also follow her on twitter @vict3kel and become friends with her on Facebook, Ifechi Kelly Chikezie.

Are you a writer? Or do you know a writer? Email your short stories and articles to guestpost@alocovivavoce.com for a chance to have your work published on GUEST POST WEEKEND!

Read IK’s short story below and enjoy!

SOLILOQUIES

I wanted him back. Not in a thousand years would I have thought I
would ever come to this but then again,not in a thousand years would I
be on the throes of such scandal.

I was embittered at him for his deceit and disrespect of me after all
we had been through. But ‘the wife’ was never given a thought when a
pair of long,slender and youthful thighs promised pleasure
unimaginable. So I had never been given a thought,never been asked if
I would mind sharing my husband with a younger and more attractive
lover. If I would mind him spending more nights basking in the fires
of her youthful passion on supposed business trips than on our ashy
marital bed where I lay, lonely and abandoned,night after night. If I
would mind the heavy amounts he withdrew from our joint account to
satisfy her. If I would mind that they had made me an unwilling object
of pity and sympathy of both friends and foes alike. I had not been
asked but I did not care anymore. I wanted him back but it was not for
the reasons everyone else would think.

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