New Year: An Open Letter To Christians, from Christmas

New Year: An Open Letter To Christians, from Christmas

My Name is Christmas. I have always been one for celebration and the world looks forward to seeing my day. As men celebrate me, I laugh at their stupidity, the celebration of self and apparent Christians who put in a great show of service. Originally, I took to wonder why Constantine decided to impose me … Continue reading New Year: An Open Letter To Christians, from Christmas

Betrayals and Funerals – 34

Insomnia had become a close friend of mine since the beginning of the trial so I’d taken to staying up at night poring over my law books. This particular night though, my mind wandered and began asking questions that I’d previously overlooked. First of all, why had Ruby been using a fake name? What had … Continue reading Betrayals and Funerals – 34

Winter’s Choice

We sat in silence. I was overly cautious of everything, not shifting my shoulder on which her head rested, regulating my breathing as on my chest, though not bare, she placed one of her hands and slowly and sensually, she stroked. And my face and chin, the tickling ensuing her stroking of my untended and … Continue reading Winter’s Choice

Osaki Ibiba

Osaki Ibiba

HE whisked himself up the stairs of the Council building, like someone trying to run ahead of time. Passersby didn’t mind that he ignored their greetings; everyone knew that sometimes council chairman Osaki Ibiba could be so engrossed in his own work to the point of being eccentric. So whenever someone greeted him, they ignored … Continue reading Osaki Ibiba