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Cold Vengeance by Stephen Ayilegbe


It was a cold, bitter night in the small town of Millfield. The kind of night where the air was so frigid that it felt like it could freeze your bones solid. It was the perfect night for revenge.

Sophie had spent the past year plotting her revenge against her ex-boyfriend, Jack. Jack had broken her heart when he cheated on her with her best friend, and Sophie had vowed to make him pay. She had spent countless hours researching and planning her revenge, and now it was finally time to put her plan into action.

Sophie drove her car down the deserted streets of Millfield, her heart pounding in her chest with excitement and anticipation. She had arranged to meet Jack at the local bar, where he would be drinking with his buddies.

As she entered the bar, Sophie could feel the eyes of the patrons on her. She knew she was a sight to behold, dressed in a tight, black dress and heels that accentuated her curves. She had spent hours getting ready, and she knew she looked good.

Jack was sitting at the bar with his buddies when Sophie walked in. He looked up and saw her, and Sophie could see the shock on his face. He hadn’t expected to see her here tonight.

Sophie walked over to Jack, her heart racing with anticipation. She leaned in close to him, her lips inches from his ear, and whispered, “Hello, Jack. Long time no see.”

Jack turned to face Sophie, a look of confusion on his face. “Sophie, what are you doing here?” he asked.

Sophie smiled sweetly at him. “I just wanted to see you, Jack. I’ve missed you.”

Jack looked uncomfortable. “Sophie, I don’t think that’s a good idea. You know, with everything that’s happened.”

Sophie’s smile disappeared, replaced by a look of anger. “I know exactly what’s happened, Jack. I know you cheated on me with my best friend. And now it’s time for you to pay.”

Jack looked at Sophie, his face growing pale. He knew that Sophie was not one to be messed with, and he could see the fire in her eyes.

Sophie pulled out a small vial from her purse and held it up to Jack’s face. “Do you know what this is, Jack?” she asked.

Jack shook his head, his eyes widening in fear.

“It’s a poison, Jack. A poison that will kill you in less than an hour. And I’ve put it in your drink.”

Jack’s eyes widened in horror as he realized what Sophie had done. “Sophie, you can’t do this. Please, I’m sorry for what I did. I’ll do anything to make it right.”

Sophie looked at Jack, a look of disgust on her face. “It’s too late for apologies, Jack. You had your chance to make things right, and you blew it. Now it’s time for you to pay the price.”

Sophie turned on her heel and walked out of the bar, leaving Jack and his buddies to stare after her in shock.

As she drove home, Sophie felt a sense of satisfaction wash over her. She had finally gotten her revenge on Jack, and it felt good. She knew that revenge was best served chilled, and she had served it up cold.

But as Sophie lay in bed that night, she couldn’t shake the feeling of guilt that washed over her. She knew that what she had done was wrong and that she had gone too far.

The next morning, Sophie woke up to the news that Jack had been found dead in his apartment. Sophie’s heart raced with fear and guilt as she realized the gravity of what she had done. She knew that she was the only one who could have killed him and that she was now a murderer.

Sophie spent the next few days in a state of panic, barely able to function. She couldn’t eat or sleep, and the guilt weighed heavily on her soul. She knew that she had to turn herself in, but the fear of the consequences of her actions held her back.

Finally, after a week of living in a constant state of fear and guilt, Sophie decided to turn herself in. She went to the police station and confessed to the murder of Jack, telling them everything that had happened that night at the bar.

The police were shocked by Sophie’s confession, but they quickly took her into custody. She was charged with murder and sent to trial.

At the trial, Sophie pleaded guilty to the murder of Jack, admitting that she had poisoned him in revenge for his infidelity. The judge sentenced her to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Sophie spent the rest of her life in prison, haunted by the guilt of her actions. She knew that she had gone too far in seeking revenge and that she had paid the ultimate price for her mistake.

In the end, Sophie realized that revenge was not the answer. It had only led her down a path of destruction and despair. She wished that she could go back in time and make a different choice, but she knew that it was too late

Sophie spent her days in prison reflecting on her past and the choices that led her to that point. She thought about how her obsession with revenge had consumed her and blinded her to the consequences of her actions. She realized that she had lost sight of what was truly important in life and that her desire for revenge had cost her everything.

As time went on, Sophie began to find some solace in her cell. She started to read books and write in a journal, using these activities as a way to escape the harsh reality of her situation. She also started to attend counselling sessions, where she was able to work through her guilt and shame.

Years passed, and Sophie grew old in her cell. She watched as the world outside continued to change, while she remained stuck in the same place. She wondered what her life would have been like if she had made different choices, if she had let go of her desire for revenge.

But even in her old age, Sophie knew that she couldn’t change the past. She had to accept the consequences of her actions and find a way to move forward.

One day, as Sophie was sitting in her cell, she received a letter. It was from Jack’s mother, who had heard about her daughter’s death and had been searching for answers ever since. In the letter, Jack’s mother expressed her grief and anger over her son’s death, but she also offered Sophie forgiveness.

Sophie was stunned by the letter. She couldn’t believe that Jack’s mother was willing to forgive her for what she had done. She knew that she didn’t deserve forgiveness, but the letter gave her hope that she could find some semblance of peace.

Sophie wrote back to Jack’s mother, thanking her for her forgiveness and apologizing for the pain she had caused. She knew that the letter wouldn’t change what had happened, but it was a small step towards healing.

As Sophie continued to reflect on her life, she realized that forgiveness was the key to moving forward. She knew that she would never be able to undo what she had done, but she could choose to forgive herself and others for their mistakes.

Sophie spent the rest of her days in prison reading and writing, finding peace in the small moments of life. She knew that she would never be able to forget what had happened, but she also knew that she could choose to learn from her mistakes and make the most of the time she had left.

As Sophie took her final breaths in her cell, she felt a sense of peace wash over her. She knew that her life had been a tragedy, but she also knew that she had found a way to make amends for her mistakes

Sophie’s death left behind a legacy of caution and warning to those who would seek revenge for their own selfish reasons. Her story became a cautionary tale for those who sought justice in the wrong ways.

Jack’s mother also used Sophie’s story as a way to advocate for mental health and counselling programs for those who might be suffering from similar situations. She used Sophie’s story as a way to spread the message of forgiveness and to encourage people to seek help if they were struggling with feelings of anger or resentment.

Over time, Sophie’s story became a symbol of hope for many. People saw her story as a reminder that forgiveness and understanding could lead to healing, even in the most dire of circumstances. Her story inspired people to seek help, to reach out to others, and to find ways to make amends for their own mistakes.

Sophie’s legacy also sparked a national conversation about the criminal justice system and the role it played in punishing people for their actions. People began to question whether life in prison without the possibility of parole was an appropriate punishment for someone like Sophie, who had shown remorse for her actions and had tried to make amends.

Sophie’s story inspired change, and over time, the criminal justice system began to shift. Programs were implemented to provide counselling and mental health support to those in prison, and people were given the opportunity to have their sentences reviewed and potentially reduced based on their actions and behavior while in prison.

Sophie’s story also inspired others to speak out about their own struggles with anger and revenge. People began to share their stories and experiences, and support groups were formed to provide a safe space for people to talk about their emotions and find ways to move forward.

As time passed, Sophie’s story became a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope. Her legacy became a symbol of forgiveness and healing, inspiring others to seek help and make amends for their mistakes.

In the end, revenge may be served chilled, but it is never worth the price we pay. Sophie’s story serves as a warning to all of us that revenge is a destructive force that can consume us and lead us down a path of destruction. But it is also a story of hope, showing us that even in our darkest moments, there is always a way to find redemption and make amends for our mistakes

In conclusion, Sophie’s story serves as a powerful reminder that the pursuit of revenge is never worth the cost. The destructive nature of revenge can lead us down a path of darkness and despair, consuming us and those around us. However, through forgiveness, understanding, and seeking help when needed, we can find a path to healing and redemption. Sophie’s legacy will continue to inspire and empower us to make the right choices in life, and to choose forgiveness and compassion over anger and revenge.

Ayilegbe Stephen

Medical Student Olabisi Onabanjo university


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