Category Archives: My Short Stories

A handsome compliment

Tweet She arrived at exactly 1 p.m., as they had agreed. At the large garment store on the ground floor of the shopping mall, she remembered him telling her. He had told her he would arrive a few minutes early, … Continue reading

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Take them as they come

Tweet It was still early hours, not Happy Hours though, and the bar was still and empty. Socrates led the pack, with a swagger that ill went with his sobriety, and a charm that was purely a figment of his … Continue reading

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The End

Tweet Aki was mad. Had he been able to observe himself, he would have described himself as furious. And, truth to tell, Aki was not given to exaggeration. He was torn between an uncontrollable urge to work himself up to … Continue reading

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A Letter to the Editor

Tweet I read the letter for the third time. Dear Editor, It is quite likely that by writing this letter I am only compounding the error of omission that I am undeniably guilty of, for it, the letter, might appear … Continue reading

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John’s Job

Tweet Sunday fetched some gloom, and then some more, just to be sure there would be no shortage and the distribution could continue justly, and without interruption. Sunday had indeed an inexhaustible supply of gloom;

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The Kiss

Tweet Everyone called her Sweet Sister. The name was as much a title as an endearment. This was because Catherine was both respected and loved. She was loved for her warm and convincing portrayals as a caring, lovable and purposeful … Continue reading

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