I LOVE YOU DIE

I LOVE YOU DIE “Is there something wrong with him?” She asked, ‘How does a man so young live without love?’ She thought, “I’ll make him love me, I swear I will!” She swore. ᷉᷉᷉ He loved her alright. In six short months, she had a row with him, And drove off in a fit. […]

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Le Reconteur

Man Alone… LE RECONTEUR I searched in the highs and lows, I’m drenched to my back and brows. I got to the ends of Earth, And all I got was earth. I traced my way back home, Hoping to be alone. — And there he was; Standing in a corner of Mayfair, Where the silence […]

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The Apple and the Tree (Final)

THE APPLE AND THE TREE IV Ten years ago It had been raining ceaselessly for six hours. The clap of lightning and the roar of the accompanying thunder filled the little attic torture chamber in the Quinn’s residence. The black windows allowed little light and the candle light was barely sufficient to see with. However, […]

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The Apple and the Tree III

Courtesy: IsysIfe THE APPLE AND THE TREE III “… Robert Benjamin, a 63 years old investment banker, was reported missing by his wife yesterday evening. Margaret Benjamin, who has been married to the missing banker for thirty two years, has released a statement to the press soliciting the aid of the general populace to aid […]

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The Apple and the Tree II

Courtesy: IsysIfe THE APPLE AND THE TREE II The room was cold and dry. The incessant rumbling of the heavy skies told the inhabitants of the room that the thunderstorm was still waxing strong and four hours of non-stop rain lent a chilly ambiance to the room that was slowly being filled by the muffled […]

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THE APPLE AND THE TREE

Courtesy: IsysIfe THE APPLE AND THE TREE There’s an argument as old as psychology: “Which is responsible for the man, Nature or Nurture?” Many wise men, over the years, have tried to answer the question; some cried nature, others are sure nurture is to blame. Never mind how well orchestrated any side’s argument may seem, […]

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LIFE LESSONS

LIFE LESSONS Words come heavy to my sleepless mind, Heavy as the lids that press, grainy, against weary eyes. Once, I dreamt awake that I dreamt while I slept; Of a monocled bunny, ripe with grey and age, Schooling a brood of youngling owls. Few words he had to say, Were a few too many […]

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