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The Journey Of Life. A cycle Insert 98 (Part C)

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Insert 98
Narration Ends!
A sorry sight. It weakens a man to see your one true love, scattered on the floor.
For a few second he froze as little Kgosi crawled around his mother's lifeless body. Her phone reassembled on the floor.
He quickly went to her and kneeled down on her side, her pulse was low more like there isn't one. Panicking he picked up Kgosi and put him in his court while attending to Lesego. She looked flushed, like her spirit is slowly returning home. He phone the first person that came to mind.
"Grootman I need your help!
Lesego has collapsed and her pulse is slowly retracting" he wailed.
"Call the paramedics and will meet you at the Hospital, try being calm and down move her" the man on other line instructed.
He took a deep breath and called the paramedics, they took about 20min to arrive. They finally did and asked him to step away, he couldn't.
He was forced by Kgosi's cry. He rushing over to him and embraced his bundle of joy. Bouncing up and down to calm him down yet he was burging. The paramedics took Lesego and he said he'd follow them.
Now they were left crying together.
Rori had his reasons, Lesego's in a critical condition. Kgosi is probably restless but some say children can feel the tension.
Took a couple of minutes to calm him down.
He rushed to the car and strapped his son into the car seat and headed for the hospital.
Kaboentle was in dreamland when someone shook her back to reality.
With a moan "What now"
As she rubbed her hand, trying to sit up straight.
"Angel, come on we have to go. Lesego is in hospital" Chrissie said.
Kaboentle immediately jumped out of bed and gathered her things as everyone rushed to the hospital.
They all met at the parking lot of the hospital. Rori was fidgeting.
"Where is she?" He asked.
"Baby boy, your brother will update us lets go in. Where's Kgosi" his mom revealed.
He indicated the car with his hands and Kaboentle rushed to her little nephew. She's always been fond of children. She picked up the half asleep baby and blessed him with a series of kisses while the elders ran to the reception area.
They were told to wait as doctors are still examining her. 30 min later the Moasemolas emerged seeking answers yet fell on the line waiting for them.
Everyone looked distraught, miserable, lost and depressed.
Sitting became a problem, others stood up while pacing up and down. Kaboentle waa still in the car, keeping her nephew company, wether talking baby language or just be a cool auntie.
After about two hours or so Oara showed up with two doctors. One familiar to them, Dr. Wilson and the other not.
They all stood up like soldiers ready for command.
Dr. Motsepe: "Evening everyone, This is Dr. Wilson and Dr. Dlamini. Dr. Dlamini is a specialist. " he sighed.
Mrs Masemola: "My daughter, where is she?
Is she okay?" In a panick.
Dr. Wilson took the lead.
"I gather you are all her family members.
We've met a couple of times because of my patients deteriorating health.
Miss Masemola has a kidney problem, it started as an infection when she overdosed on pills.
We monitored it until she gave birth.
Giving birth put a strain om her kidneys. We both agreed she'd come for dialysis every month yet she has pitched for two months.
Unfortunately her left kidney has given up and she's relaying on the right on which is stubborn and deteriorating as well." She explained.
Rori: "Dialysis?
Can't you do that to save her kidney"
Dr. Dlamini: "Dialysis Sir, Insert 98
Narration Ends!
A sorry sight. It weakens a man to see your one true love, scattered on the floor.
For a few second he froze as little Kgosi crawled around his mother's lifeless body. Her phone reassembled on the floor.
He quickly went to her and kneeled down on her side, her pulse was low more like there isn't one. Panicking he picked up Kgosi and put him in his court while attending to Lesego. She looked flushed, like her spirit is slowly returning home. He phone the first person that came to mind.
"Grootman I need your help!
Lesego has collapsed and her pulse is slowly retracting" he wailed.
"Call the paramedics and will meet you at the Hospital, try being calm and down move her" the man on other line instructed.
He took a deep breath and called the paramedics, they took about 20min to arrive. They finally did and asked him to step away, he couldn't.
He was forced by Kgosi's cry. He rushing over to him and embraced his bundle of joy. Bouncing up and down to calm him down yet he was burging. The paramedics took Lesego and he said he'd follow them.
Now they were left crying together.
Rori had his reasons, Lesego's in a critical condition. Kgosi is probably restless but some say children can feel the tension.
Took a couple of minutes to calm him down.
He rushed to the car and strapped his son into the car seat and headed for the hospital.
Kaboentle was in dreamland when someone shook her back to reality.
With a moan "What now"
As she rubbed her hand, trying to sit up straight.
"Angel, come on we have to go. Lesego is in hospital" Chrissie said.
Kaboentle immediately jumped out of bed and gathered her things as everyone rushed to the hospital.
They all met at the parking lot of the hospital. Rori was fidgeting.
"Where is she?" He asked.
"Baby boy, your brother will update us lets go in. Where's Kgosi" his mom revealed.
He indicated the car with his hands and Kaboentle rushed to her little nephew. She's always been fond of children. She picked up the half asleep baby and blessed him with a series of kisses while the elders ran to the reception area.
They were told to wait as doctors are still examining her. 30 min later the Moasemolas emerged seeking answers yet fell on the line waiting for them.
Everyone looked distraught, miserable, lost and depressed.
Sitting became a problem, others stood up while pacing up and down. Kaboentle waa still in the car, keeping her nephew company, wether talking baby language or just be a cool auntie.
After about two hours or so Oara showed up with two doctors. One familiar to them, Dr. Wilson and the other not.
They all stood up like soldiers ready for command.
Dr. Motsepe: "Evening everyone, This is Dr. Wilson and Dr. Dlamini. Dr. Dlamini is a specialist. " he sighed.
Mrs Masemola: "My daughter, where is she?
Is she okay?" In a panick.
Dr. Wilson took the lead.
"I gather you are all her family members.
We've met a couple of times because of my patients deteriorating health.
Miss Masemola has a kidney problem, it started as an infection when she overdosed on pills.
We monitored it until she gave birth.
Giving birth put a strain om her kidneys. We both agreed she'd come for dialysis every month yet she has pitched for two months.
Unfortunately her left kidney has given up and she's relaying on the right on which is stubborn and deteriorating as well." She explained.
Rori: "Dialysis?
Can't you do that to save her kidney"
Insert 98
Narration Ends!
A sorry sight. It weakens a man to see your one true love, scattered on the floor.
For a few second he froze as little Kgosi crawled around his mother's lifeless body. Her phone reassembled on the floor.
He quickly went to her and kneeled down on her side, her pulse was low more like there isn't one. Panicking he picked up Kgosi and put him in his court while attending to Lesego. She looked flushed, like her spirit is slowly returning home. He phone the first person that came to mind.
"Grootman I need your help!
Lesego has collapsed and her pulse is slowly retracting" he wailed.
"Call the paramedics and will meet you at the Hospital, try being calm and down move her" the man on other line instructed.
He took a deep breath and called the paramedics, they took about 20min to arrive. They finally did and asked him to step away, he couldn't.
He was forced by Kgosi's cry. He rushing over to him and embraced his bundle of joy. Bouncing up and down to calm him down yet he was burging. The paramedics took Lesego and he said he'd follow them.
Now they were left crying together.
Rori had his reasons, Lesego's in a critical condition. Kgosi is probably restless but some say children can feel the tension.
Took a couple of minutes to calm him down.
He rushed to the car and strapped his son into the car seat and headed for the hospital.
Kaboentle was in dreamland when someone shook her back to reality.
With a moan "What now"
As she rubbed her hand, trying to sit up straight.
"Angel, come on we have to go. Lesego is in hospital" Chrissie said.
Kaboentle immediately jumped out of bed and gathered her things as everyone rushed to the hospital.
They all met at the parking lot of the hospital. Rori was fidgeting.
"Where is she?" He asked.
"Baby boy, your brother will update us lets go in. Where's Kgosi" his mom revealed.
He indicated the car with his hands and Kaboentle rushed to her little nephew. She's always been fond of children. She picked up the half asleep baby and blessed him with a series of kisses while the elders ran to the reception area.
They were told to wait as doctors are still examining her. 30 min later the Moasemolas emerged seeking answers yet fell on the line waiting for them.
Everyone looked distraught, miserable, lost and depressed.
Sitting became a problem, others stood up while pacing up and down. Kaboentle waa still in the car, keeping her nephew company, wether talking baby language or just be a cool auntie.
After about two hours or so Oara showed up with two doctors. One familiar to them, Dr. Wilson and the other not.
They all stood up like soldiers ready for command.
Dr. Motsepe: "Evening everyone, This is Dr. Wilson and Dr. Dlamini. Dr. Dlamini is a specialist. " he sighed.
Mrs Masemola: "My daughter, where is she?
Is she okay?" In a panick.
Dr. Wilson took the lead.
"I gather you are all her family members.
We've met a couple of times because of my patients deteriorating health.
Miss Masemola has a kidney problem, it started as an infection when she overdosed on pills.
We monitored it until she gave birth.
Giving birth put a strain om her kidneys. We both agreed she'd come for dialysis every month yet she has pitched for two months.
Unfortunately her left kidney has given up and she's relaying on the right on which is stubborn and deteriorating as well." She explained.
Rori: "Dialysis?
Can't you do that to save her kidney"
Dr.Dlamini: "Dialysis, Sir process for removing waste and excess water from the blood and is used primarily as an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with kidney failure.
And in her situation we can not do dialysis for two months.
She's in ICU we are doing our best to stabilize her.
It is a critical situation."
The two doctor left and disappeared behind the closed doors while Dr. Motsepe remained.
He went to his depressed little brother and hugged him..
"She's a feisty one, she'll pull through." He whispered.
Mrs Masemola and her husband were in a dark place.
Mr Masemola: "Oarabile can't we see her. Even for a two minutes. "While comforting his wife.
Dr. Motsepe: " Im sorry Pa, she's under tough supervision, I guess you come tommorow. For now its critical.
Actually everyone go home, rest and be fresh so tommorow you can be here.
I promise I'll take care of her. She's my sister after all.
(To his little brother)
And you that little bugger needs his dad more than anything. Be strong
Go be with your son."
They all embraced each other. As the family left leaving Oara to do his job. It is tough as a doctor when the situation involves family.
That night, Kgosi spent the night with his dad.
Love is kind.
Love is patient.
Kaboentle did the human thing and unblocked Thabang's number and sent him a message.
"
As much as I love you but at the moment I dont know how to feel or act.
As much as I want to be wrapped under you arms, I dont on the other hand.
As much as I yearn for our deep, intimate kisses, on the other hand I dont want them.
All I can say is I love you like jelly tots and I can't stop crying.
I want to forgive but on the other hand I can't.
Lesego's sick again.
I..." she sent it.

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