I'll go straight to the point already. First, I'm overwhelmed with joy. Why? This is because you renounced me on the brink of success. Success! Yes. The book about you. I mean us — Tales of Murugi has made headlines. Not only in Kenya but also . . . Aaargh! Do I really need to tell you where else?
Secondly, I'm glad you blocked me on Whatsapp and my calls too, I can't reach you. Why? This is because I could be flaunting on my status for you to view the steps I have made by now and calling you daily to piss you off. Did you say we never had a thing, right? Well, I always knew. What puzzles me is why you said I once loved you. Like really? You knew I loved you and all along I knew I was doing you favors. I wanted your ass to pop with the daily gifts. Unluckily, it didn't. Trust the process. It will pop someday.
Thirdly, I'll laugh at you the next time I'm seeing you. Why? This is because you thought and still think I was a fool to let you break down my walls, right? Huh! That's what I wanted actually. The guy you knew was a scripted character and you fell for the character. I know you think you were the one fooling me. Sorry! Not all fools are fools, said I. You're reading this with a smile that I'm just insinuating and it's the other way round. Haha! Talk of ego.
Fourthly, you were my entanglement. Thanks to Jada Smith I knew this word. Smiles. I'm even ashamed saying you were my entanglement. Why? The appearance of the girl I want in mind not only in terms of physique but also in her thinking. You were not close to her; talk of a good sense of humor, challenging me intellectually. Regardless. I still appreciate who you're or better still who you were. Perhaps, who I knew wasn't you. After all, you owe no one you.
Lastly, thanks for the memories we shared, and the words you said to me, "hakuna kuachana" still echo in my ear. What did you mean when you said those words? Did they mean we had a thing? Never mind! Your answer won't help me.