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Wednesday Stories: Goodbye Michael


My friends think that just because I live in Hawai’i, I live in paradise. That somehow living here gives you a free “get-out-of-jail-ticket” from life’s little hiccups. But apart from the weather, we… Continue reading



I met my partner through very circumstantial events. Neither of us was looking for anything but a chat one fateful evening at a friend’s party led to another, and another, and another and… Continue reading

De De


“Kalau bukan aku, siapa lagi”, said Dede, adopting a more serious tone. I’ve never seen this side of him. He rarely ever takes anything seriously, much to his mother’s annoyance. “Dede! Dede!” she… Continue reading

Burn like cinders


He could only watch as their house burned like cinders. He cried tears that had no rhythm. It flowed in never-ending streams as he dropped to his knees at the helplessness of the… Continue reading



It was too late to do anything, but Mark went to the train station anyway, hoping that he’d catch Grant just in time.  He thought he had missed him when he couldn’t spot… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Conversations with Chad


“There it is” said Chad. We had walked a great deal of distance just to get here. He only told me he had something to show and with Chad, I could never say… Continue reading



He usually goes to the beach. He always does that. When things become overwhelming, that’s where he will be. I don’t know what it is, but he just loves it there! He’ll stay… Continue reading

Even Stevens


A tandem bike is so random. Four eyes and beach boy saw it for sale just down the Mount one day and instinctively knew they had to have it. It’s a little much… Continue reading

Desert Sessions


I met a singer form Timbuktu once. She was a stout woman, with skin so dark and smooth that it shone against the sun. Her nose had a kind of arrowhead shape to… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Chad’s little nuggets of information


For Madison Woods‘ Friday 100 word photo-prompt(picture above)-flash-fiction challenge.

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