Flash Fiction: Physicist Dr. Simon Morton invents a time machine and goes back to 1865 to prevent the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. He succeeds. Or does he? Sci-Fi time travel story.
Midst of the Storm is a short story about the victim and killer. It's mostly about the killer and his feelings through which he goes after the murder. Disclaimer: it is really negative so read it at your own risk.
This is a story about a woman who is unhappy with her life. She forms a strange relationship with her reflection in a very special mirror.
Many people desperately want to believe that the law of attraction is real because that way there's hope that they will achieve what they desperately want. But it's a lie - a hoax.
The Blue Gum Gang is a short story depicting childhood fun and adventure roughly set in 1950s Australia. I originally published it here in 2013 but later moved it to another site. I thought the time was now right to return it to this site and make it available to a new group of readers.
"A beautiful serene night beside slithering sea, Gushing waves reminds me of loving thee. Our love could live for ages but,shattered as thou heart could never feel. He that loveth smile of thee, awaited for years beside the rain tree. Thou perspicuous face reminisce the fear of losing thee"
Loneliness is one of the most pervasive plagues of the human condition. Yet, it is often one of the most difficult subjects for society as a whole to address. These stories focus upon sources of isolation
A little 9-year-old girl goes out of her house in the dark of night mistaking it to be time just before dawn to fetch water from a well uphill in a small village of Uttarakhand, India. Somehow she conquers her fear and keeps treading along, but sees an intriguing character on her way. “Who was she?”
Roads are lonely is a personal essay that expresses the downside of separation between two people no matter their relationship. It's piece written for readers to relate to loss and the pain that comes with it.
With the extreme sufferings of Paul the Apostle, it's mind-boggling to witness his extreme gratitude. Could there ever be a greater example to us of a life of gratitude?