A Sweet Introduction

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“Hello, I am Emma. May I know your good name, please?”I tried befriending my first African mate. Isolated in that college campus, she looked weary. Somehow, my eyes were fixed on her wavy hair.

“Nice to meet you, I am Dumi.” The lack of smile while introducing was something I was unused to. Did I carry a surly expression?
I decided to resume my small talk.

“You remind me of a character…”
“The hairdresser of Harare?” She intervened with a smile. “…I come from Harare too!”

An absolute stranger with a commendable anticipation power to complete our sentence is a keeper. Dumi gave me the best amazement.
Later on, our chat topics varied; poverty, society, war and all the sad realities of human existence. Still, our short but sweet introduction remains as a beautiful memory, of friendship between two book lovers belonging to two continents.

{Written for What Pegman Saw}

Word Count: 145

 

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