He let out a deep sigh. He had heard her after all. “Alemana, people will notice.” “That doesn’t matter.” She said quietly but firmly. “It might be a little unusual but it is not uncommon.” “Well,” he sighed. “If that is what you want. But I hope you don’t get offended if someone decides to … More Fury


Timeyin stared at his reflection for a few seconds, then shook his head as he turned on the tap. He splashed water on his face twice, and stared some more. “Bloody idiot!” He said to his reflection, his jaw hardening. He did not realise how hard he was gripping the restroom sink on either side, … More Apathy

Blocks and Cement

“I’ll just have water.” He said to the waitress, returning her overemphasized smile with a curt one. She tried to take the menu but he placed a hand on it. “My date will soon arrive.” She tried to mask her disappointment with an even wider smile, but he had already seen it. He smiled to … More Blocks and Cement

The Devil

I felt my phone buzz somewhere underneath the covers. I did not bother to reach for it. It was most likely my mother or my best friend, Ure, and I did not want to speak to either. I did not want to speak to anyone. It was not that I did not feel like talking; … More The Devil