Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Running on the roof by Denise N. Fyffe

As if all the daily shenanigans weren’t enough, one had to also deal with those being kept after midnight.

Denise N. Fyffe

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As if all the daily shenanigans weren’t enough, one had to also deal with those being kept after midnight.

When you live in an abode with roofing made of zinc, you are very sensitive about said zinc. It seems that no one likes to walk on concrete ground anymore. Whether day or night, people think it normal to just step across your roof without any consideration as to whether they will cause damage or not.

Over the five years, peace has not always been permitted to abide in my little path in Seaview Gardens. If it isnt community fights and dirty arguments, its neighbours taking my yard for their own personal landfill. If it isn’t dancehall sessions being kept on the roof at odd hours, it’s domino sessions till the wee hours of the morning; believe me, there is always something. The moral code…

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