Into The Wild 10

Bisi dropped to the ground and did not rise again. She did not faint. She did not fall to death. She just did not have the strength to remain on her feet. “Bisi! Bisi” Akin was screaming. His face was thick with sweat and the veins on his head were bulging as though they would … More Into The Wild 10

Into The Wild 9

How do you measure time? Do you measure it in the number of hours or minutes? Or do you measure it in the amount of energy dissipated within a particular duration of time? Do you measure time in strength and weakness, tangible things that we can see and behold or in seconds and minutes, mental … More Into The Wild 9

Into The Wild 8

DAY THREE Bisi remained with his body for-ever. She would not leave, not even when Akin called her. She knelt by the lifeless pound of flesh and cried. They did not understand why. Tara and Akin looked at her as though she was insane. They did not know what had happened while they were sleeping. … More Into The Wild 8

Into The Wild 7

At first, it did not seem like a big deal to Bisi. She just turned around and returned to where she lay beside Akin. But then it hit her again and she turned around again and saw the small boy standing behind her. She looked at where he had been lying before the darkness fell; … More Into The Wild 7

Into The WIld 6

DAY TWO. 8 P.M. Their second night in the wild did not go well. They had spent their first night in the rain, running around and descending the mountain so they did not really feel anything. They did not sense any danger neither did it occur to them that they were actually in what seemed … More Into The WIld 6

Into The Wild 5

  DAY TWO. 8:00 A.M. “What do you mean we are on the other side of the mountain?” Bukunmi asked in shock. She did not want to believe what her mind was telling her. “What do you mean ‘what do I mean’?” Tara responded in anger, her eyes narrowing to slits. She put her backpack … More Into The Wild 5