For Her Grades

“I’m ready” Patricia’s voice is very plain, and her eyes, very serious. He stares at her, his big eyes spell out unbelief. But then, this is no joke.
“But why the sudden-”
“Let’s get started” Patricia says coldly. She bolts the door of the sitting room, and begins stripping.

In a few minutes, she is standing before him, stark naked. He gulps in lechery, and blinks very hard. It is a dream come true. After three good years, she finally yields. Of course she should, he thinks. His eyes browse through her really curvaceous body, she is a rare beauty.

With a smirk, he gets up, and walks up to her, and kisses her, and she closes her eyes as she lets him enjoy himself, holding back the tears that threaten to escape from her eyes. She remains expressionless. He sweeps her off her feet, and goes to the bedroom.

On the bed, he drops her. She stares at him with hate and irritation, as he hastily undresses. He mounts her. A few kisses, a few caresses. She trembles, and her heart pounds, the tears race faster down her cheeks, trepidation is written all over her face this time. He forces his way in, and she screams. Tears flow freely from Patricia’s eyes as this heartless lecturer goes in and out of ‘her’. He withdraws ‘himself’ ten minutes later, and sits on the bed watching Patricia sob.
“One more round, and my scripts would be finally marked correctly. One more round, and I won’t be failed anymore. One more round, and I’ll be free from this cruel beast. One more, just one more” she soliloquizes.

20 thoughts on “For Her Grades” by Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

  1. ojestar (@ojestar)

    One more round…and the beast ruins her the more. I feel for her. Some of these lecturers forget they have daughters too.

    Brief but nicely done.

  2. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    Thanks for your comment @ojestar

  3. #crys I want more….more…..

  4. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    @KyceeQ thanks for stopping by.

  5. Ufuoma Otebele (@ufuomaotebele)

    Just what I expected. But too short and rushed… I really enjoyed this. I wanted more!! I still want more!!

    Lecturer vs student vs grades vs pride vs nothingelsematters

    Trust me, many girls can relate to this piece.

  6. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    It’s a very short piece like you said. But I wanted it that way. Thanks for your comment @ufuomaotebele

  7. namdi (@namdi)

    Short, yes! I wanted more, yes! Well written, yes!

    One more round, then his priority shifts to another girl.

  8. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    Thanks a lot for your comment @namdi.

  9. The Psychologist (@akinkuadedare90)

    This shows most girls do this against their will not that they want to. Good write up though short.

  10. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    @akinkuadedare90, I appreciate your comment.

  11. TheWhisperer (@Mayree)

    I join the others to scream I want more! This felt like £minutes noodles. An appetizer. I want more.

  12. TheWhisperer (@Mayree)

    I join the others to scream I want more! This felt like 3 minutes noodles. An appetizer. I want more.

    1. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

      Lol. I wonder what I can do now to give you more. Perhaps someone could tell me. Thanks for stopping by @Mayree.

  13. ayobare (@ayobare)

    i don’t even claim to know how girls go through this…me i’ll use everything in my power to bring you to book….Good Job writer

  14. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    Thanks for your comment @ayobare

  15. bolanle (@suliat)

    hmmmm………….. reality in a short wrap…… weldone….

    1. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

      @suliat, thanks for your comment.

  16. An interesting piece like always

  17. Ezeama Chijioke Desmond (@Chijy)

    @GereOchuko, I am encouraged by your comment.

  18. The brevity with which you approach this piece is commendable.Permit me to raise some questions.
    1.Is Patricia’s case a microcosm of victimization and exploitation by some selfish maniac in our citadel of learning?
    2.Would hardworking students/ladies easily fall prey to such act if they are up and doing. Refer to party/merry-making type.
    3.Would you consider adding something more in your subsequent part highlighting consequences and or an aftermath of a thing like this.Certainly Patricia’s Character wouldn’t be perceived as defenseless.
    My Students and I enjoyed this piece in the Lecture hall.They wanted to know if this is a usual practice in our Universities back home.Many thanks in advance.

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