TITLE: Trembling Truth
GENRE: Adult Thriller
I grow alarmed the best thing to do is to flee I take my coat from the chair and put it ‘I saw your friend yesterday.’
‘Which friend?’ Mike asks, narrowing his eyes at me.
‘Sam, it was weird I saw him in my street looking at my window.’ I say
‘Are sure it was him?’
‘Of course I am sure, what makes you think I am not?’
‘Did you drink?’
‘I had a couple of drinks,’ I say.
‘So you might have mistaken my friend to someone else.’
‘I know what I saw please tell your friend not creep in my neighbourhood.’
‘Why don’t tell him yourself when you see him!’
‘What happened that night?’
‘I already told you what happened.’
‘I find it strange that I danced with your friend then he’s creeping at my neighbourhood staring at my window the same day you left me that bloody note’
‘What do you want me to say?’ He barks.
‘How about the truth!’ I snap.
‘You’re thirty-six, you are responsible for your life and of your actions if you didn’t drink senseless you wouldn’t be in this position now, would you? Where is your self-respect?’
‘Why don’t go ahead and say it!’
‘Since I had been here all you did was making remarks about my lifestyle, I want to hear it come out from your mouth come on, sweetheart, hit me with it I’m a big girl I can take it’
‘You said so yourself, you are an alcoholic, you are weak, and pathetic it’s disgraceful the way you behave.’
‘Boy, you are good looking but does your mouth make up for it.’
‘For what? For saying the truth? You told me to say it now you’re pissed off because I did, what’s wrong with you?’