Ogo: A Short Story

Pages: 3 (615 words) Published: September 30, 2017


It had been a long day of work at the slave trade company and Ogo was getting ready to fall asleep when Paama yelled, “Minu is gone!”. Ogo jumped out of his bed and ran towards Paama. “Do you know where Minu went?” “No, but he was kidnapped somehow”. So Ogo ran back to the slave trade company just in case Minu wanted to visit Ogo. When Ogo was running he saw his brother was being sold for a slave. Minu was boarding the slave ship, Jesus of Lübeck which was heading for Morocco. Ogo then knew that to find his brother he would have to sneak onto the next slave trade ship called the La Amistad. 40 minutes later La Amistad arrived and Ogo snuck on, barely staying out of the guards’ sight.
The next day the ship arrived near where the Jesus of Lübeck docked and Ogo was sold as a slave. Ogo began to walk and see what slaves felt like, but Kato was determined not...

So Ogo ran towards the next slave farm up north and saw his brother Minu working and planting crops like Ogo was earlier. Ogo thought to himself "It must be planting season right now".So Ogo ran to the field and heard the slave masters mumbling about Ganna and taking it over and how Deeba would help him take over. It's not like Ogo could do anything about that so he ran over to Minu and told Minu "Come on we don't have much time before the slave master stops talking and murmuring to his friend." Then at that moment, the slave master saw Ogo and Minu together and talking so he ran after us, seeing that Ogo was not one of his slaves. Ogo yelled at my Minu to run but he didn't because he knew he could not outrun the slave master. So Ogo ran knowing to hide from the slave master. So Ogo ran left and right avoiding the greenery and finally tripping into a bush. The slave master and his housemates saw nothing when they passed by him. The housemates were talking about Min, Sansas, Seno, Mende, and Adifofu. All this jumbling around of words made Ogo dizzy and to fix...
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