Unfulfilled Promises – 3

Oge Dialu walked majestically to where they were sitting. She was a fair and beautiful girl of average height, though quite busty.

“Hi Eric.” She batted her eyes at him seductively, ignoring everyone else at the table. “Can I have a word with you?”

“O no!” Eric groaned inwardly. “Sure.” he said smiling and got up, “Please excuse me.” he told the others but looked at
Oleng who shrugged nonchalantly.

Oge held his hand and they both went outside the canteen to where she made sure they could see them. She stood close to Eric touching his shirt buttons and talking in a seductive manner.

Oleng was mad but she controlled herself. Oge was her senior in class even if it was only a year and the school took seniority seriously. Oleng really couldn’t do anything because she had already been a victim of Oge’s wickedness; punishing her unnecessarily just because of Eric. Oge had told her face to face that she was going to deal with her because Eric refused to love her. She didn’t tell Eric because she knew it would only make matters worse.

“That Oge is a harlot. Just look at the way she’s talking to Eric.” Ezinne asserted angrily.

“Zinny, please be careful. You know we’re in a public place.” Oleng calmly warned her friend.

“Whoever wants to report me to her should go ahead, I don’t care!” Ezinne retorted sharply. “Afterall, its not today she started punishing us for nothing. At least now her punishment will be justified.”

“Does she punish you girls?” Edward
questioned in surprise.

“Yes, especially Oleng.” Ezinne replied tautly.

“Why? You girls are just one year her junior. I don’t punish SS2 students. Only SS1 and below.” Edward said with surprise.

“It’s because of Eric. She’s jealous of Eric and Oleng.” Marvelous spelt out bluntly.
Edward smiled. “I see. Does Eric know about it?”

“No. Oleng refused to tell him. She’s scared that Oge’s punishment will become worse.” Marvelous responded drily.

“Why Oleng?” Edward queried cooly.

“You know Ricky na. He’ll blow the whole thing over proportion and that will only make Oge more furious. I don’t want any trouble. She’ll soon graduate with him. I’m prepared to continue suffering in silence till then.” Oleng remarked calmly.

“Don’t worry. I’ll handle her.” Edward promised smiling.

“No Eddy. I don’t want any trouble.” Oleng pleaded.

“It’s no trouble at all. There’re many ways to kill a rat. It’s just to tell her that if she does not back off, I’ll tell everyone what happened between us at the back of the hall on Valentine’s day.” he said smiling mischievously, making the others dumb founded.

Just then the bell to announce break over was rung. Oge gave Eric a peck and left, shaking her buttocks. He walked up to the others as they got up from their seats. He noticed that Oleng wasn’t looking at him. He went to stand before her. She still wouldn’t look at him. She walked away amidst the students trooping out of the canteen.

“I’ll meet you in class, Eddy.” he told Eddy who smiled and left.

Eric hurried up to meet Oleng, Marvy and Ezinne. He held Oleng’s hand making her to stop walking. She still wouldn’t look at him.

“Marvy and Zinny, please excuse us.” He requested of her friends who shrugged and walked away.

“What’s wrong, sunshine?” he asked softly after studying her steadily.

“Nothing. Why do you ask?”

“Why were you ignoring me?” he prompted.

“I wasn’t ignoring you. Its break over.” she replied still not looking at him.

“Sunshine, look at me.” Eric coaxed gently.

She raised her head slowly to look at him.
“Is that the green eye monster I see there?” he threw her own words back at her.

Oleng couldn’t help smiling. Eric noticed again her charming smile and savoured it.
She hit him playfully. “And you accuse me of having many admirers?”

“Oge is just a friend.” he asserted cooly.

“Uche is just a friend.” she replied smiling.

He laughed and she did too. He held her hand and they began walking towards their classrooms ignoring the students who were looking at them and smiling. Though there were a few jealous ones frowning.

“So long as they don’t come in between us.” he stressed with emphasis.

“Never.” she firmly declared.

“Ditto.” he concurred. “See you at closing time.” Eric told her when they got to her classroom.

“See you then” she responded and went into the classroom just as two of her classmates who entered with her giggled and said, “Lovy wan tin tin!”

The embarrassed Oleng went quietly to her seat.

15 thoughts on “Unfulfilled Promises – 3” by AudreyTimms (@AudreyTimms)

  1. I am just picturing this scenario!! Lovely!!

    1. Me too! Tanx dear

  2. Trying to figure out the exact bearing of the story and how nicely it’s unfolding.

    Good job :)

    1. Slow and steady is d name of d game. You’ll see. Tanx. Luvin urs 2

    2. Slow and steady is d name of d game. U’ll see. Tanx. Luv urs 2

  3. Oh my gad! I was seating in class reading this. I couldn’t help it!! I kept blushing! So beautifully written
    Too short at times. t hough…

    I.want more!!

    1. Lol! Short? I’ll do better. Tanx

  4. This is soo sweet to read.

  5. kay (@kaymillion)

    So gud….. More! More!! More!!!

    1. Tanx. More comin soon

  6. I hate bishes like oge…is it by force??

    1. See me o! Lol!

  7. ‘Tis nice, buh can you make it more interesting please…the narration sometimes kinda looks childish…
    Good job.

    1. Tanx 4 following and commenting. As 4 it being boring, pls d story is jst beginning. Jst follow it slow and steady and it will eventually catch fire lyk d hunger games. Childish? The characters r actually kids. So am writing frm dier point of view bt nt 2 worry, dey’ll grow up b4 d story ends. Tanx

Leave a Reply