The Tears Of A Rose

Lisa quickened her pace as the rain clouds began to gather in the sky. Just a while back, the sky had been post card perfect with the sun shining brightly. The blue beautiful majestic colors of the sky were now darkened into a gravel grey. Strong winds blew threatening to tear down anything on their […]

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A Time To Love (Chapter 3)

I looked back to see if I could catch a glimpse of Michael from a distance waving at us to stop, but there was nothing. All I could hear were hushed tones as passengers on the bus discussed amongst themselves the events of the day. Somebody shot a glance at my direction from time to […]

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A Time To Love (Chapter 2)

I looked at Ronald one more time as the bus wound its way from the bus station. There was hatred or remorse in his eyes – it was hard to tell. He looked so helpless like a wounded baby rhino and for a moment there my heart went out to him. But then again, all […]

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Absalom

Absalom had never liked Lucy, or her brother or even their grandmother. The four of them had a history that dated many years back that only Absalom knew. Which is why when he found Monique playing outside with them that day, he beat her to a pulp. Her mother had disappeared several years ago when […]

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The Winds of December

She didn’t look like anything he expected. Her face stared at him from the casket. Her crisp white dress seemed to illuminate her lifeless body. Her hair was midnight black and it flowed down her shoulders. She looked so peaceful. Two red candles sat on each side of the casket and on top rose flowers […]

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A Time To Love

I knew what I had done as soon as the door closed. This was it. I had made my choice and was prepared to live with the consequences. The late evening was beautiful in its borderless flow of masculinity. The vast seemingly empty sky with a few feathers of cloud here and there stretched out […]

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