Death, Depression, Disaster, Fiction, Human behaviour, Love

Moving On

"Time will heal everything," they'd said. She knew that sounded too easy. Some people wondered why she took so long when others forgot so soon. "The healing process is unique for all," she'd reply. Nobody was satisfied with her progress but she didn't care. The day she realised that she had moved on, she defined… Continue reading Moving On

Disaster, Fiction, Human behaviour, Love, Men, Poetry, Women, Writing

Poem Impossible

The girl asked him to write her a poem. "What kind of poem?" He looked confused. "You're a writer. You certainly know how to write a poem," she replied with irritation. He agreed with her but had a valid excuse this time. "But one needs to feel something in order to write," he muttered. The… Continue reading Poem Impossible

Death, Disaster, Earthquake, Fiction, Human behaviour

Before the Quake

Darkness filled the sunny morning sky. Every singing bird sang a song of sorrow. Even the heaviest trees swayed with dread. With every tick of the clock towards disaster, offices felt their usual stress. The smell of caffeine transformed into dangerous odor, leaving everybody's mouth dirty. A few seconds before the shaking, the pigeons landed… Continue reading Before the Quake