The Messiah will come again.

The Messiah will come again.

A Story by M.Kilani

She would have been proud of the man I turned to be; a gentleman by day, a philosopher by night, a pervert by choice and a rebel by fate, she would've commended both my behaviors my attire, messed up my hair mocked my mustache and hated my beard.

She would've enjoyed my sweet talk, and how I occasionally tease her by sweet-talking others, knowing that at the end of each day it's only her who deserves that talk.

She would've made fun of my glasses and would've took them off and wore them and she would've took a picture of herself wearing my glasses.

She would've admired my black coat, she would've wore it on cold nights like this one, and she would've despised how my shirts are either too big or too small, even the fit ones; she would've despised their colors, patterns or fabric, she would've hated my music and would've forced me to listen to hers' while she secretly enjoy some of mine.

She would've stolen my hand-rolled cigarettes right from my fingers, she would've ruined my cigarettes case and she would've sipped some of my coffee.

She would've bragged about everything in her life, including knowing me, and she would've occasionally pushed me away; telling me that I find beauty in the wrong places, while I believe I found hers' at the wrong time.

She would've recognized my silent moments, she would've loved them too; that stare  of an old man into the void, she would've broke that silent with her lively talks, funny thoughts, childish acts or an adorable laughter.

All these thoughts have had hit me while pointlessly driving an extra 500 meters, listening to a track from my forbidden playlist; The Messiah Will Come Again, the track ended at the middle of my moment of belief, those 500 meters looked endless at this young dying night... and I can't shake that one thought; the Messiah will come again.

© 2015 M.Kilani



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Thanks Almighty I read this.....how could I miss such a satisfying story with realistic vibes....!
I didn't hear the song ever but I do love the disclosure at the end....None put tax on knitting thoughts......so keep up making greats like this....twas an amazing read!
Thanks for sharing :)

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

M.Kilani

1 Month Ago

I'm really glad you like it, it's been years since I've wrote anything or got a review on WC,reading.. read more
Tahsin.Z🍁

1 Month Ago

Well let's distribute happiness then!
Twas actually a great thoughtful read....will be happy .. read more



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Thanks Almighty I read this.....how could I miss such a satisfying story with realistic vibes....!
I didn't hear the song ever but I do love the disclosure at the end....None put tax on knitting thoughts......so keep up making greats like this....twas an amazing read!
Thanks for sharing :)

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

M.Kilani

1 Month Ago

I'm really glad you like it, it's been years since I've wrote anything or got a review on WC,reading.. read more
Tahsin.Z🍁

1 Month Ago

Well let's distribute happiness then!
Twas actually a great thoughtful read....will be happy .. read more
Great story linking a memory to music, excellent job

Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

only one review? Sometimes that happens even with fine writing like this.

Posted 2 Years Ago


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M.Kilani

2 Years Ago

I'm glad you think it's a fine writing, and it's true such a thing happens a lot, especially when in.. read more
The story had a tone of real life, struggle and accepting life as-is. The title caught my attention. The story made me want to know more. You gave glimpses of life. I liked the internal thoughts and visions create by the excellent story.
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Posted 3 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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