I Should’ve Killed You

(Disclaimer: Creative Writing, Dark Fiction) I should've killed you when I had the chance, and it would've been a clean shot from where I was standing. I should've killed you, but I didn't. It was an unusually warm winter's night when autumn jackets would've sufficed, and you were all loitering on the street waiting for … Continue reading I Should’ve Killed You

The Five People You Meet in Hell

one need not die to enter hell therefore it is the path of least resistance-MG- In Mitch Albom's book The Five People You Meet in Heaven, readers encounter five characters who had significant impact on the protagonist's life before he entered heaven. It is a book that shows the guidance and influence of the people … Continue reading The Five People You Meet in Hell

When the Enemy Cries

What do we do when the enemy cries? Do we mock their pains, or empathise? What do we do when the racists scream that they want to conserve their liberties? What do we do when classists steal from those who have less material? What do we do when sexists refuse to embrace others as human … Continue reading When the Enemy Cries

The Black Hole (Part III)

After years of exploring the Black Hole, I returned to humanity. I tried to speak of this experience with humans, but not everyone was as open-minded. Of course, there were some who took an interest and enjoyed hearing of my travel journeys. Those were able to live vicariously through my shared experience.  But then there … Continue reading The Black Hole (Part III)

It’s Good to Be Back

(Disclaimer: If this post causes emotional discomfort, please confront your demons by heeding wise advice.) I was spontaneous yesterday. Now, for those of you who know me -- it really does depend which era of me you know, now, doesn't it? Let's try this again. For those of you who have known me in the … Continue reading It’s Good to Be Back