PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson Janna had often thought of Uzair over the years and the memories always offered her some joy through the sadness. The memory she favoured the most was not their wedding day, or the day they bought their first home. It was when they were both much younger, their first … Continue reading Sheltering hope
When security pulled me out of the line, moments before boarding my flight back home, I knew it was over.
Whenever I get too religious, as I have been this past Ramadan, I feel uneasy. Does this mean I'm possessed by satan (all the worship frustrating him)? Pushing myself too much?
Moonlight glinted off crystal glasses. Patrons dined al fresco on fish caught from the sea that lapped close by. He inhaled, salty but fresh. So different than the village he grew up in.
Black dust stained her fingers where they trailed along the charred remains of a school desk.
Few people peppered the diner. Candy preferred it this way. Quiet and intimate. She slid into a booth by the window, checked her watch.
PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook The red silk dress clung to her curves. From the hip down it hung straight to the floor. That was important. Red was not her colour. If she could choose; mauve or rose. Soft and undemanding of attention. All eyes would be on her in this shade. She sighed. She'd make … Continue reading Red silk
#StoryWords is a challenge hosted by Richelle Renae (aka @Richelle_Renae) where participants tweet in 140 characters a line using the word provided for that day. It ran the entire month of April. At the end of the month, the tweets should form a story. It was very challenging to write within the word constraints. Armed with only … Continue reading #StoryWord Challenge: My experience
Shona pulled up her collar. A fine mist gathered around the group, complicit in their betrayal.
For fifteen years everything was perfect. Perfect and safe. Nothing could go wrong, and nothing ever did. Her life was cast from a flawless mould, with no heartache and few surprises. Until yesterday.