Cut and dried

She didn’t like his eyes. Dark and intense, they stared her down with their insouciance. Good thing he was far enough to not notice all the attention he was being paid now. She watched through the kitchen window as he was lifted, slowly, to what would be the 19th storey of the building yonder. Pulling... Continue Reading →

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Doggone!

It was a cold, cold day. He sat working at his desk at home, feet burrowed snugly into the fur of his wife’s dog. Taking a break, he watched the snowflakes drift to the ground outside and got up to make yet another cup of coffee. He remembered how she’d made such a fuss over... Continue Reading →

Old friends

The queue snaked forward. I looked up from my copy of ‘Papillon’ and immediately my gaze came to rest on him. Funny how you can always spot one familiar face in a sea of unknowns. I knew him from somewhere. I just didn’t know where. The bus arrived and stole my attention. A relief to... Continue Reading →

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