Hence walked Rosaline, over her naked feet to reach a path that feigned a giant gravel snake. With the barrel in her hand, its metal yet clung to wetness on the outside, owing to the river that also gave sparkles to the mountainside. And basket in her other, dried and empty, but of the snowed … Continue reading Us who know death
“Nice work, dear. Keep going. Best wishes - Dad” the note read, before I crushed and threw it away, and bashed against the wall, the carefully gift-wrapped box, that he placed over it. “Who the hell do you think you are! Next time you try a stunt like that, I’m moving out.” I shouted at … Continue reading How it happened
Mary piled up the stones. She got them from the river bed during her excursion, last week. Using the plumb bob she borrowed from the mason in the neighbourhood, she checked the vertical line over and again, and abutted the structure with pebbles, here and there. She was just about to complete a tower with … Continue reading the timeless
For to question the tray is to question their selves, and they are better off, living in the crowd.
She pushed further down, as her steady eyes looked at him. His ears flapped at the crush of dried leaves, silenced beneath her hind legs. He gently started at her, as she raised her head and understood that it’s just about time. Clear fluid started to drip down her legs, and she opened her mouth, … Continue reading The Rumble
Despite being born in the eastern meadows, he held his head too high, an uncommon trait among those folks. Rico had been obtuse in learning the ways of his kind. He troubled the elders with too many questions, which the other boys never asked, and he never showed any signs of fear for the darkness, … Continue reading The Tale of Rico
“Exquisite” Sarah told herself loud. Old couple who sat in the corner looked at her. She pretended that she didn't notice. They resumed eating. In the back of her head, something reminds that she wasn't supposed to be here. That she needs to settle her business with him. And when she could no longer bear … Continue reading Sarah