Are you okay?” She asked as she stopped by his side.
He stood upright from leaning on the railings to look at her.
He nodded, “yes, I’m good.”
He shrugged his shoulders, “sometimes I prefer my own company.”
She smiled at him, “would like to be part of your company.”
He smiled back, “that would be nice, but someone is actively occupying that role,” he said and flashed his wedding ring.
She stretched her hand and held his left hand gently, caressing his wedding ring finger. “I’m aware of that, and I’m still interested.”
“Haa, but there are plenty fine, single guys here that would love to be yours.”
“It’s you I want. I like your gentle, quiet nature. I find it fascinating and attractive.”
“Lead me not into temptation, I can find it myself.”
She moved closer to him and held his chin with one of her hands.
“I promise you, it won’t be a waste of sin.”
She held his eyes for a moment, then she moved her head closer and closer….
Olumide Holloway (King Olulu)
Inspired by untrue stories