Category Archives: Narratives

A world mistaken

Some times, it feels like I live in a world mistaken… a world where silence is mistaken for cowardice, and talking mistaken for knowledge; belligerence mistaken for uprightness, the honest mistaken to be naive; a few mistaken to represent a … Continue reading

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waiting

I sat amidst the wailing cicadas, the green overpowering my senses. There was no other sound, the only shift in the view was the occasional cloud rolling down the hill. I did not know how long I had been there… … Continue reading

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C.lock

In order to sense this story a bit differently I suggest you read out aloud the bits in italics. The rest, you can read in your mind. There was a little boy who lived on a narrow, crowded street. His … Continue reading

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She smiled

Hour four: She sat swaying in the twilight, her mind racing. Thoughts colliding, feelings telescoping violently into one another…shattering, vapourising  – the emulsified fragments slowly embed themselves onto her soul. Like sequin. Hour three: She had been expecting the dark, … Continue reading

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Changes

A clattering of the train changing tracks interrupts his reverie. He waits for the steady sound to settle once more. He dreams again. The lights had been dim at first, a faint, sporadic glowing in the thickly smeared dark. He … Continue reading

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bird and warrior

She sits on the sill. And looks at him as he remembers… …it had always begun again  – one skirmish after the other, a new battle breaking out even as the older one was finishing. But he could, always, go … Continue reading

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