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Tuesday, 12 July 2016

THE PHOTOGRAPHER Epilogue --by Rose

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For weeks, she had gone missing and the police were on her trail. She stared at the wedding card angrily. She had lost him, she had lost everything all because of her.


Today was the day. Udeme stared into his dark eyes. He was the most handsome groom and she felt pride to be his bride. “You know I love you right?” He asked and she nodded. “Then let’s do this.” He nodded and they rose to say their final vows.


“I’m serious. I’m attracted to you.” Duncan whispered to Adenike. She was a very pretty lady and he’d developed some feelings for her. She smiled coyly and winked. “If only you knew my age,” she responded and left for the bathroom. She had some unfinished business to handle.

Nadie positioned herself. She was going to end it, all of it, soon. “I now declare you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.” The priest announced and the crowd went wild with cheers. Bode’s mother clapped happily, she was proud of her baby boy.
She fingered the trigger and was ready to pull when a presence stopped her.
“Don’t you think it’s too late for that?” Nike placed a gun on her head. Nadine froze.
“Why don’t you mind your business?” Nadine replied.
“Shut up.” Nike looked around, quite sure they were far from the church. She pulled the trigger. Nadine’s body collapsed on the muddy earth. “Goodbye witch,” Nike wiped her brows and quickly detached the silencer from the gun.

She quickly rushed to the reception ground. She was to toast for her two friends.
“To the bride and groom, Bode and Udeme Thomas, may your love never die.” She lifted her glass which was filled to the brim. Yes, she loved to drink, especially after her enemies went down. “May your love never die,” the crowd responded.
And there was laughter. Joy and the skies cried but the light showers couldn’t stop the victory.

Thank you for reading The Photographer series to the end. I hope you enjoyed yourself. I love and hold all our readers very dear to my heart. You are my angels.

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