I kept on walking until I met a little girl playing near a very beautiful double story house she was so beautiful that she reminded me of my self when I was still a little girl when my parents were still alive she looked at me and started laughing and pointing at me I don't know why but I was getting used to being a laughing stock of town people would just laugh and start gossiping about me some would just say ' But her parents were scientists '
that statement confused me almost everyday of my life I walked past the girl and then stopped walking almost 2 metres away from her.
She stared at me and smiled.
'Come here' I said.
She Excitedly ran to me and wrapped her tinny hands around my legs it was so cute that I almost cried.
'Ma'am you are so beautiful 'she said.
I looked at her tried so hard not to shed a tear I couldn't understand her sudden change of heart I mean she was laughing at me for heaven sake.
'Ohkay thank you why ain't you at school? '
She looked pale though like her blood had been sucked out of her tinny little soul she frowned.
'I'm only 4 years old why would I be at school?' She said with her super active voice.
Time was really not on side remember I'm suppose to go back and wash those blankets before everyone returns and dinner should be ready by 5 o'clock.
'Okay then I think it is too dangerous for a 4 year old to be playing on the streets alone don't you think nana?'
'My mother used to call me that ' she said with tears on her face.
I looked at the time on my watch and realised it was 9:30 am already to be quiet frankly I couldn't' care less about her problems I just wanted to find the prophet tell him about my dream and then focus on finding a job.
'I'm looking for a church around this area do you know where it is? '
She pointed at the house near us.
'Okay thanks '
I walked away from her and headed to the gate as soon as my hand was on the gate she shouted.
' You are very rude you know' she frowned and folded her arms.
'I am? '
'You didn't even ask my name ' she said.
'I'm really sorry baby what is your name?'
This child's confidence gave me strength she gave me hope in a way i just couldn't even explain if a little girl like this can stand up for herself whats stopping me?
'I'm Anna what yours? ' she smiled and jumped up and down on what seemed to be something she had drawn to play games on.
'I'm Anzani '
'Okay good luck sis Anzani ' she said and continued playing and speaking the same language I heard my mother speak in my dream I turned and looked back I wanted to ask her what she said but as creapy as it is to say this I just have to say it the girl just disappeared to thin air.
'Anna' I shouted
This got me so scared was this girl only in my mind I ran to the house and was welcomed by a bowl filled with bones 'what kind of a church is this?' I asked my self but I continued going anyways the house looked old and aburdened I looked around so scared I have never been so scared in my life I have never been to a church just for prophecy and by the look of it this was not just a church it looked like a Sangoma's house someone behind me tapped me on my shoulder I jumped and screamed as I looked behind me and saw what seemed to be an old woman in a Sangoma's attire.
'What do you want ' she asked
I was practically shaking and sweating.
'I'm sorry seems like I'm in the wrong house' I answered.
And quickly headed to the gate she shouted 'You are here because of your dreams ain't you?'
I looked at her so shocked wondered how she knew that.
'How did you..?'
'Know that?' She finished the question for me.
She grabbed my hand and and pulled me closer to her you need help and soon or if you don't you'll be in grave danger.
'Danger? ' I asked
'Who directed you here?' She asked.
'A little girl named Anna'
'Anna?' She asked and quickly let go of my hand and opened her eyes widely.
'But Anna died a long time ago'
I laughed at her only to realise that she was serious.
'No man maybe we are not talking about the same girl I just spoke with her some few minutes ago. ' I answered with a smile trying to convince my self that I wasn't talking to a ghost I don't believe in ghosts afterall.
'It doesn't matter you need to be cleansed so that the nightmares can go away