Bunmi #factandfiction

Bunmi was a fine girl— no doubt. What pissed people off was that she was aware of it. She'd walk into the room wide-eyed, scanning the room for rubberneckers with a sly smile on her heavily made up face. Everyone wondered why she still needed the make-up. She was perfect from a swimming pool. She was the perfect definition of a girl and indeed girly. She had all those fancy girly journals, wore pink shoes and carried teddy bear purses. Even her biros had them Barbie and Hannah Montanah on them. She never grew up. 

Radiant ~ May 2015

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