At night its long godlike finger of light penetrates our cabins and farmhouses.
The normal Western reserve had begun to crumble as more and more military vehicles appeared on the airport tarmac and outside the entrance hall. The military coup had come so quickly that even the international news agencies were only just getting the first patchy information. The presidential palace had been stormed and although the world carried on around them things had changed.
Everyone in the queue felt the sword of Damocles over their head as if any moment their freedom would be snatched from their grips. As an engineer working on the great dam Jonathan had somehow been tipped the nod by sympathetic colleagues; revolution was in the air and he and his wife should get out while they could.
The roads were almost completely blocked by now, but with the tip off they had managed to get here early enough for a ticket on a plane out.
The pass port control continued its shambolic attempt at security and visa examination acting oblivious to the worried passengers and the flurry of armed soldiers racing to and thro.
The military were seizing the complex around them but the two airport staff acted as if this was an everyday occurrence and eyeballed each passenger with suspicion as if to say why should I let you leave today? She thanked God they had a ticket. They had been guests of the outgoing regime, here to construct and improve, but technically they were government employees.
To the right of them a door opened and a big African man in camouflage uniform appeared. The man looked up and down the queue.
These fucking westerners running like rats. His orders had been to seize the airport. No more no less; but the civilian clothed man next to him had suggested that chaos and mob rule does not come around everyday. The smaller man was a secret police traitor.
He had betrayed many of his old colleagues for the sake of the glorious uprising, and now high on fear and adrenaline he wanted to take whatever opportunity arose in this bedlam.
She was dressed in a gold one piece dress the fabric clinging to her thin frame. She was blonde with shoulder length straight hair, slight black roots under her peroxide tint.
She had small tits with a fabulous lithe figure, those long shapely legs down to heeled sandals. Her dark lashed eyes with small deep black pupils had blue massacre framing the sexy piercing stare. Er we're due to The couple began to stutter as the soldiers directed them towards the nearby room.
The guards made it clear they would have to move and as passengers looked ominously on the couple were casually but firmly escorted out of the queue. Once inside the side room they closed the door letting the couple stand there the heat and official attention claustrophobic.
Jon handed over their passports and then carefully but quickly answered their questions. There was a pause from the bemused couple. Her husband was been pushed into a chair his hands bound behind his back. Jon was struggling but the two rebel soldiers had tied him tightly to the chair and then gagged him with a neckerchief.
She didn't know what to do she had no way of forcing her way out. Once her husband was secure the officer gave an order and both his troops took position outside the door.
The secret police man was now the one to raise his hand to diffuse the situation. She could hear voices outside, the whole world seemed to want to leave but she was trapped inside this windowless room.
The little man saw her confusing and continued. Are you a bitch? So she just stood there open mouthed looking dumb. The two men looked at each other then back to her. She was very pretty. Her golden straight cut hair framed a high cheek boned slim face.
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The normal Western reserve had begun to crumble as more and more military vehicles appeared on the airport tarmac and outside the entrance hall. The Department of Public Works has exclusive charge and supervision of the design, construction, repair, maintenance, and cleaning of all streets and bridges under the jurisdiction of the county.
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