Chidimma my baby – the End by Ngozi Lovelyn
After she promised to quit her marriage, she stood up and went to her bag and brought out her wedding ring and wore it.
I couldn’t understand a thing.
I got so enraged.
I called her by her name and asked her if she has no conscience.
And she looked at me to inquire why I asked her that.
“You mean you came to see me with your wedding ring on? Do you love your husband so much that you want to hurt me by flashing his ring to my face? Does my feelings not mean anything to you?”
At this point, I was loosing it. She was insulting me and I wasn’t having any of it.
But she, she was just there, sitting calm, watching me expressing my hurt and didn’t even say a word.
Next thing she said, I was the cause of everything. That if I had been in her shoes, I would do more.
“You left me for 10 whole years. Seriously, no girl in her right senses would wait for a man that long. And please, stop blaming me for getting married, because it’s all your fault. And as for being married, trust me when I say this, I’m not regretting it one bit.”
And her last statement shocked me.
“Did I hear you right?” I asked for a quick answer
“Yes, I wasn’t mincing words”
It was like, I had a sharp knife, pierced my heart so brutally.
“Please, just to be clear, did you just lie to me that you were going to leave your husband for me?” I asked, to be sure of where she stands
“Until you stop blaming me for being married” she replied in a very sharp tone
I stood speechless, watching a woman I have yearned for years. She changed from the sweet young Chidimma that I used to know to a very matured lady that cared for no one’s feelings.
I gazed upon her face again to make sure she was still my Chidimma or was she been impersonated.
I staggered back and slumped on the bed as my mind went back to how I kept my self for her. I had so many opportunities to cheat on her, but I didn’t. I kept myself, just to be fair to our love.
“Does that mean, I was fooling around, thinking I was being faithful to my woman. I never cheated, despite having the opportunity…”
“What do you mean by that?” She interrupted me
But at that point, I was beginning to feel irritated with her. She broke my heart and same time, flaunting her wedding ring to my face.
And she was so proud, blaming me for everything.
I was fighting for a better future, having her in mind to create a beautiful world for her and our children. She was my inspiration, my everything.
At that point, life appeared meaningless to me.
I didn’t reply to her question. She came closer and requested that I repeated what I just said.
“What point does it make now? It’s obvious you are happy now. You have forgotten about me and you are happy with your husband. You shouldn’t have lied to me about it and you shouldn’t even be here. Please go and leave me alone to nurse my hurt.” I was extremely hurt.
“You mean, you kept yourself for me?”
“You were a virgin. I can’t have you, keeping yourself and denying yourself the pleasures of ses, while I go about enjoying myself. That won’t be fair on our love. It won’t be fair on the promises I made to you. I should have known that, no woman is worth any sacrifice.”
I was still talking and she raised her hand and asked me to remove the ring.
I looked at her to understand what she meant.
She said I should remove it.
I asked her why she was asking me to remove it, that I wasn’t the one who put it there.
And she said, “you are talking too much, just remove the ring”
And I did as she said, wondering why she requested I removed her ring.
And then, she burst into laughter.
The laughter sounded taunting.
“I got you. I got you. I got you” she said, laughing so uncontrollably.
She continued “You left me for whole 10 years. I had several occasions where I almost gave up waiting, but I don’t know, maybe, God really want us to be together. It wasn’t of my own power that I waited this long, it was by his grace.”
Hearing her said that, I felt a happy light embracing my heart, but before I allowed it further, I made sure I understood what she was talking and smiling about.
“Yea, It was a prank to make you think I was married. This is just to make you feel a pain of all the things I went through waiting for you. I decided to delay seeing you so that, you will loose your mind, feel crazy wondering what is going on and make you feel a little pain.”
‘Wait, does that mean?”…………
“I am not married my love and I am still the same way I was when you left me. I bought this wedding ring just to chase men away. Their disturbance was becoming too much. I love you so much my charmed one, do you think it will be easy to love another man? You are my first love and hope to be my last. I love you my prince”
I couldn’t believe it.
“Baby, please tell me the truth, you mean, you are not married? Or are you saying this just to make me feel better?”
She didn’t reply my again. She just came closer and hugged me so tight.
“I’m still yours my Prince. I can’t belong to any other man. I love you”
Oooooh, ladies and gentlemen……It was the most beautiful feeling that is totally out of this world. Tears of joy truly kept pouring down my cheeks.
She is still my woman.
She has grown so beautiful, matured, curvy and her b00bs also grew bigger than they were when I left her.😀
She is so beautiful and smart now.
For 5 minutes, we continued kissing, none stop to a point our lips swelled so big😂😂😂.
I felt her womanly nature, but didn’t touch her private. She yearned for me to make love for her, but I said no, that our bed is going to be undefiled. She pleaded and wanted to force me..😄😄😄😄 but I maintained NO!!
Our wedding and tradition marriage is coming up on June.
Chidimma is the most beautiful gift God gave me and I’m going to cherish her for the rest of my life.
This is the end of my story.
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Written by Ngozi Lovelyn
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