Juliet Lubega

West Green Road- Part 1

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Juliet Lubega

The atmosphere was absolutely buzzing when I stepped out of Seven Sisters Underground station. Standing at the entrance, on top of the stairs that lead into the station, a man with an unshaven beard was selling the ‘Big Issue’ magazine to passersby. A huge crowd gathered at the bus stop immediately outside the station, three red double Decker London buses in a rugged row boarding passengers to Edmonton Green, Ponders End and as far afield as Waltham Cross. It reminded me of my early morning runs when my daughter  started secondary school in 2002, we made a short walk from our old home on Avenue Road, off West Green Road to get bus no 41 and get to this ever crowded bus stop. I had to make sure she got on the bus no 279 to Waltham Cross. This bus passed by her school, a routine which lasted about two…

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Author: lubega1

Among other things an aspiring UK based African writer with particular interest in African/Western cultural divide..

2 thoughts on “West Green Road- Part 1

  1. Wow, superb weblog format! How lengthy have you been blogging for?
    you make running a blog look easy. The full look of
    your website is excellent, as neatly as the content!

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    • Thanks for the compliment and reading.I started creative writing in 2010 and blogging at the end of 2012.I went through a few formats before.I havent changed this one for a while now,maybe by instinct I have settled for it.Thanks once again!

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