Little Girl Part IV

Rachel sat in the after-school debate club when the loudspeakers spat out a warning of an emergency lockdown. At first, all the kids thought...

Little Girl Part III

Present times After some time, Jean’s mother was able to get her back after she secured a job and gave up drinking. Jean was entirely...

Little Girl Part II

Jean knew that it wouldn’t be long before she would seek her revenge from her foster parents who had two dirty-looking sons. When the...

Little Girl Part I

Three years ago The rain drenched her t-shirt as Jean looked on, ignoring her reality. The man they said was from the authorities held...

The Last Note

A thousand thoughts zipped through Anna’s mind as she sipped her coffee by the foggy window. She tried to stare past the fog that...

A Retelling of Tarzan and Jane Part II

Somehow, these apes tend to understand me better. They sheltered my mother when my father died of malaria, and she hid alone in a...

A Retelling of Tarzan and Jane Part I

Golden fingers of the sun’s rays pierce lightly through the canopy of leaves that blankets me from the sky. Birds chirp around merrily, welcoming...

Life As I See It: Part IV

I tear through her gaze and look down to see that I have almost completed her sketch. Melissa has been insisting that I give...

Life As I See It: Part III

The night bleeds into the morning, I can feel the light emerging from behind the blinds. I am almost done with the sketch of...

Life As I See It: Part II

Melissa has huge gray eyes that pop a little bit when she looks at something with concentration or when she’s surprised. The gray in...

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Demon in the Corner

My mind is not a palace, it’s a prison of my own making. I’m always buried in my...

The Silver Mask – Part 15

What was time? Daniel was confused. There was drool dripping down his chin and a pounding, pulsating, sickening, deafening pain in his head. Suffering...

The Silver Mask – Part 14

The voice had been speaking to him for what seemed like hours. Or maybe it had been days. Hell, for all Daniel knew it...