20 responses

  1. Delle
    July 28, 2020

    Another sterling writeup!

    👏👏👏

    May God never bring a Fidel and Kini our way, IJN!

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  2. Mitch
    July 28, 2020

    You, my friend, are a witch!
    Full final stop!

    Where did you get this kind of an evil idea from? This is so so so good!

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  3. Rudy
    July 28, 2020

    If only Kini had filled you in on this other side of him his family had managed to build, you could have grieved in peace and not be dealt with this mixed feelings of disappointment and rage.

    Perhaps he felt he could have lost you by informing you about this new road he was threading upon however, I do find it strange that a couple of about 2 years living with each other for 6 months wouldn’t know about each other’s thoughts on being a family with kids.

    I see it in two ways, either you might have given him the impression you wouldn’t want children in your journey of love OR in the other way round that Kini upon all his jazz kowtowed to pressure from his family, got overwhelmed by it and finally decided that being dishonest would probably be the best way to go about it (which was completely wrong).

    Judging from the write up I would want to believe you wouldn’t have had an issue with this arrangement if only you were aware.

    This was a great story that ended up tragically add a dose of honesty and trust to it and it could have become an epic love story even after Kini’s death.

    Nice Piece Peaches!

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  4. Miles
    July 28, 2020

    Omoh…. People get brain o. How do people imagine such a sad yet so beautifully written story?

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  5. Mandy
    July 28, 2020

    Please tell me there is a sequel to this story, because it feels unfinished.
    Like I have questions!
    Did Kini really truly die?
    Because that ending feels like an Easter egg hinting at this whole thing being an elaborate setup for him to disappear out of Alex’s life and into the life of being a married man without having to bother about a gay relationship.

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    • Atima
      July 28, 2020

      Please, tell me this is a fiction? Omg!!

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  6. Olutayo
    July 28, 2020

    Another fantastic story by Peaches. 👏👏👏👏 Gosh! I’m starting to really, really be into your stories.

    There is something I have noticed and love about your fiction: the fact that family always knows. It’s like you take away the consciousness of a closeted gay man and replace it with the family already knowing and dealing with it. In the world you create, we don’t have to be closeted. We don’t have to deal with coming out. In your world, we are already out and the struggle is on our families to deal with us being out.

    Again, well done for this!

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  7. BoyWithNoName
    July 28, 2020

    Peaches and Abrams are the best writers on kitodiaries. I adore there work.

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  8. Fred
    July 28, 2020

    Oh my!
    I had panic attack reading this!
    Peaches! You’ll be hearing from my team of lawyers o. How could you do this?!
    WoW! It was just so surreal!
    Well-done!
    I did think Alex took this a little too well. If I were in his shoes, I’d be the weeping (surviving) lover.

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  9. Tariq
    July 28, 2020

    Just wow!!!!

    This was a great thrill…

    Bless ur pen Peaches!

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  10. Anoni
    July 28, 2020

    This would make a fantastic movie

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  11. Cuddlecake
    July 29, 2020

    I cried reading this.
    You are such a beautiful and talented writer.
    Do you write for TV, Stage, film, or TV commercials?
    If you don’t and very interested. I can help.

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  12. Danté
    July 29, 2020

    In as much as Alex had every right to be distraught about the ordeal, I think he’s being a bit… selfish by thinking Kini “betrayed” him.

    Kini had just as much responsibility to his parents as to Alex. Was he wrong to not have told Alex about this? Absolutely. But Alex should be a bit more understanding to realise that Kini did love him… to death and it’s not like his parents asked him to leave Alex and get married, all they wanted is a grand child (although he could’ve just gotten a surrogate to avoid future complications 🤔) and Kini did tell Fidel that the woman didn’t matter to him and Alex is the only one he cared about, he is having this child only because of his parents. I do think if Kini was still alive he’d have told Alex, maybe he was just scared and didn’t want to loose him.

    But he’s dead now so…🤷🏽

    An amazing read nonetheless, looking forward to a sequel

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    • Pink Panther
      July 29, 2020

      I think Alex is well within human boundaries to feel betrayed and not selfish for it in the first, at least, 48 hours of finding about his boyfriend’s duplicity.

      Don’t you think?

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  13. Peaches
    July 29, 2020

    Thank you all for your kind comments, it is satisfying that you are satisfied with my kind of work.
    @cuddlecake, I screamed at your offer. Please ask pp for my contact, or have him give me yours, please, I’d really appreciate.

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  14. Peaches
    July 29, 2020

    Oh, Delle and Mitch, my vilest friends, always eager to blow my little out of proportion. I seeeeee you, spinsters. Ta Ta🤣🤣

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  15. Tristan
    July 29, 2020

    What matters is that Kini loved you (assuming this story was real).

    “Every time he talked about her,” Fidel said, “he was disappointed in himself. He would say it should be you, not her.”

    That part literally broke me and I cried.

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  16. Zoar
    July 30, 2020

    This Story would give “Moonlight” a run for it’s Money in the Oscars.

    Peaches you see what our lesbian sisters have done with “IFE” right?

    Now let’s beat them to their own games and snatch an AAMA Award or AMVCA with our own stories before we talk about breaking through the Oscars hurdle.

    You’re a Born Writer Peaches.

    I don’t even know what to feel for Alex seriously. But my prayers 🙏 are with him in the Fictional World.

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  17. Net
    August 1, 2020

    This is so good!

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  18. OB
    August 1, 2020

    I feel really bad for Alex… To lose someone you loved so dearly, and go unacknowledged, or even blamed by his family is really sad…

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