In The Lonely hour…

I was so alone… So I decided to talk a walk.

Everywhere was dark, it was about 10pm. I walked for 10 minutes and then I sat beside the road.

As I watch the cars pass by… I wonder if the woman that will someday be my wife is inside one of them…

I also wonder if she is in this country… Is She in South Africa? Jamaica? America? China?, Togo? where?

Then I said to myself ‘If only I can just see her face’ So I close my eyes and tried to imagine but my brain saw nothing. I laughed at myself….

Suddenly I heard the sound of thunder, I wondered if a bomb was exploding. Before I knew it, it was raining.

So I started to run towards home.

As I run…

The Thunder was stronger

The rain was bigger… I was getting weight!

Why me?

Just then I hit something and fell down.

I was weak… I couldn’t stand. Then I touched my knee, I was bleeding.

I could feel my soul leaving my body… I could hear hymns on the other side. I was helpless, where am i going?

Just the I heard a beautiful voice. She said ‘Mfon, Sorry I took so long but am here now’

At the sound of her voice my pains flee. She touched my knee and I stopped bleeding. The sound of the thunder was fading and I didn’t notice if the rain was falling anymore.

My heart was beating, I have found the one!

I still could not see her face! I was waiting for the lightening of the thunder to come, So I can see the face of the angel sent from of above. My own Angel!

Just then, My phone was ringing.

It was my brother ‘Mfon come and open the gate, I am outside’.

I woke up, so it was a dream?

What do you think of my dream dearest readers?

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Mfon Abel Ekene is a widely published blog scientist, writer and speaker. Started blogging in 2008 and has been featured in numerous international platforms. His blog Abel Abel is currently one of the most read blog in Africa.

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