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sigh July 16, 2013

Long break – no excuse

July 16, 2013



I have been slacking on my writing and really have no excuse. I will just apologise by posting a couple of old works of mine, from about 2 – 5 yrs ago. They are quite short and some of them end very abruptly, so I hope you can excuse that. I was still learning work. […]

Posted in: Fiction

To Dance With My Father

December 18, 2012



HI DAD! *singing* Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you … Ok, so I know it is quite late in the day, but I would like to say here for the world (comprising of my 20 or so blog readers) that I did not forget your birthday! :-) … Ok, so maybe I forgot a […]

Posted in: Fiction


September 28, 2012


Young Woman Thinking

Faster than normal, my heart beats Fear, tangible with the cold sweat on my palms my breathing, short shallow puffs. Outside the sun is shining, the birds are chirping. It is a beautiful day and all is well with the world. Why then can’t I shake this feeling of dread and apprehension, why does my heart worry […]

Posted in: Inspirational


September 10, 2012


Originally posted on The Pain of Separation:
  I read this in ‘THISDAY Style magazine’ and I love it. Boys are stronger than girls? Please, Can you bleed for a week and survive? Can you squeeze a 14 inch baby from a 10 centimeter hole? Can you carry a seven pound baby in your stomach…

Posted in: Inspirational

His Eyes

August 11, 2012


“Please, I am begging you. Don’t leave.” I have resorted to begging her to stay. I am standing at the door of our home and blocking her exit. Hoping that I can somehow change her mind and make her stay. Since that last big fight, she has refused to listen to or speak to me. She […]

Posted in: Fiction, Short Story

Daddy’s Home!

May 25, 2012



Thunder, lightening, a loud sound like a gunshot. A window bursts open and breeze rushes into the house. As she reached out to cover the candle, the flame flickered before it died, plunging the room darkness. Lightening again and she thought the light made it seem like there was someone sitting beside her. A blink later, […]

Posted in: Fiction

Home Coming Part 1

May 23, 2012


It had been a long time since he had gone home to the village. His parents had succeeded in keeping him away after that incident 15 years ago. After they had moved back to the city, the nightmares had started and then as he got older, they had turned into dreams which became more infrequent and eventually […]

Posted in: Fiction

For My Love

May 16, 2012



For this week’s 100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups, we were asked to write something with the following words in it: LIBERTY    EMPIRE    APPLE    YELLOW    ENORMOUS This is my attempt. .  . . For My Love I just want the liberty to live my life with my love. With this thought she looked at the apple on […]

Posted in: Fiction, Short Story

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