I was still shook by the turn up of horrific events that’s been happening to some of my closest friends recently. Attending your best friends’ funerals four times in a row will disturb all the peace you had and haunt you for the rest of your life. Unable to function like a normal person, I stayed indoors, silent and depressed. The house, as I, was a … Continue reading Keep Calm, You’re Next!
Three days before the wedding: I couldn’t stay asleep last night. While every one else is busy finishing up the decorations around the house, I am lost in my own little world. Two days before the wedding: The wedding gown still fits perfectly. Aunt Shelley says I look like a princess. I kept seeing your face in my dreams. One day before the wedding: “Relax,” I … Continue reading Always and Forever
He followed her every step of the way. How can he not? This is the woman he fell in love with deeply. Every day, she sat down on the same bench at the park and he watched over her closely. Her hair was starting to turn grey. He was glad to see that she still wore the same ring he had given her. 20 years, he … Continue reading It’s Time to Move On (Flash Fiction)
How she wished to wake up from this nightmare! Another year has passed to no avail; The festival of the dead went on. The town rejoiced in love; the little one grieved in agony The world around her was still vacant Her hopes and dream deserted, All because of a remorseless fate Stole the only person she ever could call family. “Mother! Come back!” … Continue reading The Living and the Dead
My hand shook in the cold, yet I could feel sweat dampening my palms. This isn’t the first day at work, but every day, same fear and tension, nonetheless. I moved my fingers in the leather pocket and snatched the wallet steadily. A Micro-story for the Micro Writing Challenge. Continue reading Persistence