Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa — Chapter Seven: “The Nature of Clarity”

Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa

Chapter Seven
“The Nature of Clarity”

“Have you ever gone to little italy? They have the best spaghetti.” Esad fixed her eyes on Zuberi as the two walked side-by-side with her arms wrapped around his.

“Do you jest?” Zuberi asks Esad. She remains unwavering, “I have no interest in the wazungu’s spaghetti.”

“What is wrong with their spaghetti?” Zuberi walks silently. “Don’t you ever want to expand your experiences?”

“I expand my experiences by investing in my own people,” Zuberi responds. “An enriched people offer enriched experiences.” His mind traveled to the past, where Africans at home and abroad had neither resources nor resourcefulness, yet through intelligent self-enrichment they now had products and productivity. When once the products around him, on him and in him, were from eurasians, everything he consumed now was African: his food, his clothing, his shelter and his consciousness was African.

“You have an answer for everything,” Esad smiles laying her head on Zuberi’s broad shoulder faintly aware of the deep thought Zuberi puts in each response.

“Such is the nature of clarity.” Esad nuzzles her face in Zuberi’s arm. They just had an excellent second date and the couple now walks to Zuberi’s place for its conclusion.

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2 thoughts on “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa — Chapter Seven: “The Nature of Clarity”

    1. Peace,

      I briefly attempted to self-publish with a Black publisher, but it didn’t work out because they imposed some odd requirements and when I tried to bypass them they disengaged.

      I’ll likely look again for a publisher but in the meantime, I am trying to sell directly in Ebook format.

      Are you a publisher, familiar with publishing, interested in the Ebook or interested in the story?

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