The Campus series of love stories. The Peace edition.

Charles Getembe

Charles Getembe

Charles Getembe is the founder and CEO of The Campus Magazine. He is a passionate writer specialized in Print Journalism from The University of Nairobi.

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Peace be upon Kenya.May love and unity prevail. I have always talked of love and relationship in all my posts. My main point here has been love.So today I decided to address peace issues and preach peace, love and unity to our people.I tuned into almost all radio stations and watched all that was being
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I now will hold onto youforever, for in youI found love. “I pressed send and when i was sure to have sent the message, I got to my heels and headed for our house…” I pulled my hand off Princess’ trousers and readily reached for my college bag. I turned back to her and she
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A peck can dopretty well for agoodbye i guess. I moved my hands further and further while caressing her thighs rapidly….I asked Princess for how long she had been riding in her BMW and she told me it was a week old.“Its really nice and comfortable too, although I never rode in a BMW before.
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I will give you allit takes tosatisfy your hunger. “Well, well, well Princess. Dont worry no more now…” Princess offered to drop me home. So, the fifty shillings I had been given as that day’s fare back home would end up in my pocket. I would actually use it to buy airtime which I would
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I let my hands play on hernipples for acouple of minutes. “You wet your trousers Princess…”Now Princess was begging me to caress her breasts and stroke the whole of her body mercilessly. Madly. Wildly. Like no man had done before. And, who among men would dare look down on her request? After all I was
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Do something Hymn please,a real fire is burningwithin me. So she was asking me to go to her place, spend a night there and have some ‘nice time nice time together’.“And where do you reside Princess?” I asked, still confused and not knowing whether to say yes or no to her request.“Well, my dad happened
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